Within the Grand Rapids, Mich., community, the COVID-19 pandemic exacerbated already worrisome increases in behavioral health needs and suicide ideation among children. Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital, part of Spectrum Health, along with community partners, responded quickly to the need for behavioral health services and found new ways to provide them to families in need. Learn more in this case study.

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