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Morgan Stanley Alliance for Children’s Mental Health

The Child Mind Institute is proud to be a member of the Morgan Stanley Alliance for Children’s Mental Health, helping deliver positive, tangible impact on the critical challenges of stress, anxiety, and depression in children, adolescents, and young people.

Events & Initiatives

Parenting in the Digital Age: Fostering Well-being and Resilience

Join a virtual panel discussion on internet usage and family connectedness, featuring experts from the Child Mind Institute and hosted by the Morgan Stanley Alliance.

Children’s Mental Health Innovation Awards

The Morgan Stanley Alliance invites U.S.-based 501(c)(3) public charities to submit innovative ideas for advancing children’s mental health for an opportunity to be awarded a grant of $100,000.

From Internet to Metaverse: How to Safeguard Your Children and Families in a Virtual World

Join the Morgan Stanley Alliance for an expert panel discussing how trends in social media are transforming our daily lives and how to foster healthy habits in a virtual world.

Virtual Panel: How Teens, Caregivers and Educators are Coping with their Return to School in Uncertain Times

Join Morgan Stanley Alliance and partners for a panel discussion featuring educators, administrators, parents and students.

Machine Learning for Good Hackathon

On Thursday, December 9, the Child Mind Institute participated in the judging of the Morgan Stanley Machine Learning for Good Hackathon.

Post-Pandemic Reemergence Initiative: Fall 2021

Teens are especially vulnerable to the disruptions and traumas of the coronavirus pandemic, with ample evidence that there has been an increase in anxiety and depression among adolescents. To give families and school communities the tools to understand and support them, the Alliance has launched a Reemergence Initiative to provide targeted resources.

The continuing impacts of the coronavirus pandemic include academic loss, feelings of anxiety or depression, race-related trauma, and family challenges including grief and economic hardship. Being aware of the signs of symptoms of mental health and adjustment challenges is imperative for caregivers and educators. They can look out for big changes in behavior, mood and habits like:

  • School avoidance
  • Not wanting to see friends
  • Losing interest in things they used to enjoy
  • Changes in eating and sleeping habits
  • Disruptive behavior or aggression

Learn more about helping teens navigate these challenges with our tipsheets for parents and educators in English and Spanish.