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We are providing extended hours at our Walk-In Clinic on Tuesdays (8/22 & 8/29): 3:00 – 5:30 PM and Fridays (8/25 & 9/1): 2:00 - 5:00 PM.
Join us for ACGC's annual fundraiser with an intimate and exclusive rooftop performance featuring Scott Strickland! Together, we will be raising funds to support accessible mental health care for children and families of Central Texas
Explore the benefits and challenges of social media usage and learn practical tips for caregivers to foster a healthy relationship with technology for their children. From open communication and setting boundaries to promoting offline activities and responsible digital citizenship, this blog post provides a short comprehensive guide to navigate the digital world with confidence and mindfulness.
Gender plays a large role in shaping who we are and how we interact with the world. It is important for parents and caregivers to understand the distinction between sex and gender, as they are closely related but not the same. One of the most important roles of the caregiver is to serve as a source of support for children. Sometimes children may be facing conflicts between societal gender expectations and their own gender identity. They may feel like they don't fit in because of their gender identity or needs. These conflicts can have a negative impact on a child's mental health.
We are delighted to share with you that Andy Miller, MHSE will join ACGC as our new Executive Director on June 20, 2023. After an extensive months-long search process, our board and search committee have chosen Andy as the ideal candidate to build upon ACGC's legacy of service and drive meaningful progress in mental health outcomes for children and families in Central Texas.
It's important to identify mental health issues in children early on and seek appropriate treatment. However, we understand that seeking mental health services for your child can be a difficult process. That's why we've put together some tips to help make the process a little bit easier for you.