The Center for Child Stress & Health

The Center was established at the Florida State University College of Medicine to provide resources to families and health care providers related to the treatment and prevention of toxic stress during childhood.

 

The mission of the Center for Child Stress & Health is to provide clinical resource for patients, families and providers that will provide primary, secondary and tertiary health prevention for children exposed to toxic stress, especially those in rural and minority and underserved communities in Florida.

 

We’re here to help!  If you would like to know more about the FSU Center for Child Stress & Health, let us know!

 

General Phone

(239) 658-3123

 

Center Director

Elena Reyes, Ph.D.

Professor

Regional Director SW Florida

Florida Sate University
College of Medicine

Immokalee Health Education Site

1441 Heritage Blvd

Immokalee, FL 34142

Phone: (239) 658-3087

 

Clinical Director:

Javier Rosado, Ph.D.

Clinical Assistant Professor

Florida State University
College of Medicine

Immokalee Health Education Site

1441 Heritage Blvd

Immokalee, FL 34142

Phone: (239) 658-3056

 

Did you know?

Toxic stress can cause damage to the body over time.  When untreated, it can lead to depression, anxiety, heart disease and other chronic health problems.

Need more?

Check out our resource library for extensive info on avoiding toxic stress.

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