Takiya and our school-based mental health program
Watch this video to learn how our school-based mental health program, made possible by the support of our donors, is helping kids like Takiya.
For Takiya, kindergarten was rough, plagued by daily emotional outbursts and social struggles.
With counseling through Children’s Wisconsin’s school-based mental health program, Takiya got the care she needed just down the hall from her classroom. Now starting 2nd grade, she is growing and thriving.
Living with a chronic disease can be tiring and painful but Royalty doesn’t let that change her outlook on life. Along with her younger sister Brilliancee, she hosts a YouTube channel sharing positive stories from around the world.
As a freshman in high school, Jadyn developed chronic migraine headaches so severe that she took a leave from school. Donor support ensured she could get the care she needed at the Jane B. Pettit Pain and Headache Center at Children’s Wisconsin and not miss out on life. Read her full story here.
Holden’s story: Life after two miracles
After nine rounds of fertility treatments, Lauren and Jim were finally pregnant. Holden's birth in August 2018 was a delight – there were no signs for the darker days that were to come.