We Hear You

We Hear You

“Younger adults are at a greater risk for experiencing depressive symptoms compared to older Latinos.”
We Hear You

We Hear You

“An official report from the Center of Disease Control and Prevention reported in 2009 that nearly 15% of Hispanic teens had attempted suicide the year before compared to 10% of all city high school girls.”
We Hear You

We Hear You

“Perceived discrimination and depressed emotion are highly linked in Latino adolescents.”
We Hear You

We Hear You

“11% of Hispanic girls across the country admitted a suicide attempt.”

Primary Contact: Mary Reynolds, LCSW

Address: 1343 North California Avenue 60622

Servicing Neighborhood: Humboldt Park

Phone for Appointment: 773-645-2376

Website: http://www.casacentral.org

Specialty: Early childhood (birth-5) exposure to violence and trauma

Language: English and Spanish

Payment: Free

Additional Info: Casa Central’s Safe Start Program provides clinical therapy services for very young children, ages 5 and under, as well as their caregivers and siblings, with a focus on helping children and families who have been impacted by exposure to violence in their homes or communities.  “Exposure to violence” means that a young child has been a victim of violence, such as child abuse or neglect, or that the child has witnessed violence, such as domestic or community violence.


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