Mental illness or mental disorders are on the rise and we are supporting agencies that provide mental health services for children to help minimize the numbers. Mental health issues have always been in existence, but we are now talking about it, acknowledging that it exists because we are seeing the effects it has on children and families. For far too long we have ignored symptoms in ourselves or loved ones, maybe because mental illness was a stigma or label. Mental illness is just that, an illness. Research tells us that with proper diagnosis and treatment, children struggling with mental illness can be helped.

The Libertore Fund for Children strives to be instrumental in restoring mental health and providing resources to those struggling. We believe that with awareness and education, the stigma of mental illness will no longer exist, more children and families will get help, and they will be given the tools to lessen the internal pain they live with every day. Our impact: $85,776 raised and donated to non-profit agencies that provide services for children which included; Awareness Campaigns, Match Campaigns and Mental Illness Therapy for children. Over $350,000 of neurofeedback services for children struggling with ADHD, autism, trauma, anxiety, depression, anger management, and learning disabilities has been donated. Learn more about brain mapping and neurofeedback at

Know the Signs of Mental Illness in Children: patterns or changes in thinking, feeling or behaving that cause distress or disrupt a person's ability to function. Persistent sadness — two or more weeks Withdrawing from or avoiding social interactions Hurting oneself or talking about hurting oneself Talking about death or suicide Outbursts or extreme irritability Out-of-control behavior that can be harmful Drastic changes in mood, behavior or personality Changes in eating habits Loss of weight Difficulty sleeping Frequent headaches or stomach aches Difficulty concentrating Changes in academic performance Avoiding or missing school For more resources on identifying mental illness or disorders, please contact your child’s pediatrician immediately.


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