Generations of families have turned to Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic as their healthcare home. Here are some of their stories.
Taking a Stand for Health
Creating the healthiest generation yet means tackling the nonmedical factors that make kids from low-income backgrounds sick. Read the story.
Parent–Child Therapy Helps Mother and Son Steer Clear of Power Struggles
Lucas Moe used to throw lots of big tantrums over small things. His fretful moments became fewer and further between after he and his mom started Parent–Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) at Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic. Read the story.
What Fun, Lifesaving Activity Has Families Diving Right In?
For parents and guardians, stepping into the splash zone can mean stepping out of their comfort zones. The pool can feel alien, even for people who speak English. That’s why Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic and Medgar Evers Pool teamed up – through a project called Everyone Swims – to build a bridge between the clinic and the pool. Read the story.
A Holistic Approach to Mental Health for Students Is Needed
Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic works with Public Health – Seattle and King County and Washington State University to improve mental health and academic performance for young people. Read the story.