Articles/White Papers/Reports

Isthmus: Advocates, activists urge coverage for transgender health care (August 2018)
Wren Willow Logan, MD, Psychiatry, UW Health
Wisconsin Council on Children and Families
WisKids Count Policy Brief
University of Wisconsin (UW):
Wisconsin Office of Children's Mental Health (OCMH):  2015 Report
Wisconsin Office of Children's Mental Health (OCMH): 2014 Report

Professional Organizations
Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (JAACAP)

National Child Traumatic Stress Network (NCTSN)

A volunteer-run organization dedicated to guiding people through every step of the addiction treatment and recovery process. Goal: To connect those battling addiction to the help they need to put their lives back on track.
Understanding Drug Testing For Your Child
Your Complete Guide To Understanding Bullying
The CPTC uses the best of science on youth development and parenting to support healthy family relationships and empower parents to effectively guide teens to be their best selves.  CPTC is committed to strengthening family relationships and building youth who will possess the character strengths that will prepare them for healthy, successful, and meaningful lives. We need them to lead us into the future!
Parental substance abuse is a major factor contributing to child abuse and neglect. Parents' abuse of alcohol and other drugs can lead to a cycle of addiction, which is reflected by high rates of alcoholism and other substance abuse among children of addicts. Our newest guides are available here:
Teenagers—and their parents—have a lot of changes to face, some of which can be difficult and which may involve physical and mental health. The health needs and challenges of teens and adolescents may overlap with other age groups, but there are many unique things that these growing young people face.