Holidays bring more child depression

For many people, the holidays are associated with joy, family get togethers and celebrations.  "However, for some of our clients in our child and family programs, depression can surface during the holidays, especially in our younger kids and adolescents," says Lyn Morris, Didi Hirsch's vice president of clinical operations.

To read the story, which aired on 89.3 KPCC, click here.

Helping homeless families heal

Gabriele Gonzalez was living a hard life last winter. She was homeless and addicted to methamphetamine, sleeping in parks and abandoned buildings, unsure where she’d find her next meal. Today, she's headed in a dramatically new direction.

Read about Didi Hirsch's "Project 60: Women and Children" by clicking here.