It is estimated that 13 –20 percent of children living in the United States experience a mental disorder in a given year.
Because of the impact on children, families, and communities, children’s mental disorders are an important public health issue in the United States.
What We Do
MIKID improves the behavioral health and wellness of children and youth through a family-
centered approach.Learn More!
We are founded on the belief that we must look out for one another—whether it affects our family members, friends, co-workers, or those unknown to us—we do a service for each other when we reach out and help those struggling with mental health issues.
How We Do It
From Respite & Family Support to Community Education and Support Groups, our groundbreaking programs and community involvement is designed to engage the community around supporting children and families dealing with mental health issues.