Children's Behavioral Health

UO launches Oregon150 Initiative for student success and growth

The $500M campaign will boost research, scholarships, career prep and building improvements

Adoption study links child behavior issues with mother’s trauma

That was the case even though the children were raised by adoptive — not birth — parents

Social connection is a key for youth suicide prevention efforts

Teachers, parents and friends can make a difference by reaching out to high-risk teens

Ballmer Institute, UO Athletics join to aid student-athletes

A new collaboration will develop tools to enhance mental health support for young athletes

Teachers give high marks to Ballmer Institute credential program

The new three-course program gives professional educators tools to immediately take back to classrooms

Safety nets support brain development in low-income kids

A new study finds that support programs can offset the effects of poverty on children's brains

Adopted children’s genetic makeup affects how they are parented

Study findings could lead to new ways to promote children’s social development

Eminent Harvard psychologist to lead The Ballmer Institute

Katie McLaughlin, a clinical psychologist and professor, joins the university this August

New HEDCO Institute looks to strengthen K-12 connections

The group's first project will be for The Ballmer Institute for Children's Behavioral Health

Design underway for renovations to new UO Portland campus

Other projects like IT infrastructure, site improvement and painting will start this term