We talked with Nikki who is an art therapist at our Craft Cottage and how it’s helped our girls.
In celebration of National Junk Food Day we at Mercy Home are celebrating by recommending some healthy alternatives to junk food.
Every July 4th, our country celebrates Independence Day by remembering our history and those who fought for our freedom. Here at Mercy Home, we work with our kids every day on skills that will enable them to become more independent in their own lives.
Hear what Emily Neal and Daniel Nelson diving deeper into understanding why youth act in violence and what you can do to be part of the solution.
Early trauma can affect brain develop, leading to future violence.
Summer activities to keep your kids busy in Chicago.
Tips on keeping your community, home and self safe.
While the best thing you can do to treat your illness is to seek treatment from a medical professional, there are a number of ways you can take care of your mental health on your own. Here are five great ways to combat mental illness.
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