How Parents Can Be Part of the Solution: A Q&A with Newport Executive Directors Danielle and Michael Roeske

When parents first bring their teen or young adult children to Newport, it’s not just the children who are struggling. Parents are typically in a state of fight-or-flight—drained, hopeless, and feeling a myriad of difficult emotions, from guilt and shame to resentment and frustration.  In this Q&A, Danielle Roeske, PsyD, and Michael Roeske, PsyD, Executive Directors…

We See You

During Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and every day of the year, we want all those we serve to know that we see you and we are here for you. 

Partnering to Support the Suicide Prevention Movement

With the pandemic exacerbating the existing youth mental health crisis, it’s more essential than ever to raise awareness and funding for the suicide prevention movement. Over the past 15 years, the suicide rate among adolescents and young adults in the United States has increased by 57.4 percent, and millions more are struggling with depression and…