Washburn Center for Children
Washburn Center for Children started 130 years ago as an orphanage. Now it’s a facility that serves more than 10,000 people each year. “There are several hundred thousand children in Minnesota with mental health issues,” Executive Director Steve Lepinski said. “I think it’s a critical issue.
The Twin Cities is home to one of the premiere children’s mental health centers in the country.
The Washburn Center for Children in Minneapolis helps pair therapists with families and helps schools get kids the help they need to be successful.
When Ezekiel works on origami, it’s hard to think of him as anything other than patient and polite.
Over the last few months, WCCO has shared plenty of stories about kids whose lives have been changed because of Washburn Center for Children. But now we’re focusing on one of the people who does the changing.
Sitting by the fire with her sister and mother, Destiny Cunningham sure seems like a well-adjusted 12-year old. You’d never know the trouble she was holding in four years ago, when she was just starting school at Longfellow Elementary in Minneapolis.
From driving past Washburn Center for Children on Nicollet Avenue, it’s hard to believe that the center is big enough for 91 therapists to work with 2,700 children and their families.
This weekend, your son or daughter can participate in a sports sampler benefiting Washburn Center for Children.
A girl scarred by unspeakable horrors in her home country of Colombia is now telling her story. It’s all thanks to an innovative therapy helped her heal – and regain memories of her lost father.
Get ready for the third annual Washburn Games, a sports sampler benefiting Washburn Center for Children. Click here for more information.
The first day of school is fun for some and daunting for others. When fears and anxiety get in the way of learning, Eden Prairie schools have extra people to help.
From the street, Washburn Center for Children in Minneapolis looks like any other building with a preschool.
It’s estimated that one in 10 children has some kind of mental health issue. That’s why WCCO-TV is starting a project on Tuesday nights that hopes to introduce you to some of the kids being helped by Washburn Center for Children in Minneapolis.
Saiku Kanneh has quite a story to tell. It’s about what happened on the bridge, what happened when he went back, and it wouldn’t be possible without the story itself.
The shooting massacre in Colorado has left some feeling anxious and vulnerable.