Show Your Shine - Support Lurie Children's Hospital

Show Your Shine - Adult unisex crewneck sweatshirt


Regular price $48.00
Show Your Shine - Adult unisex crewneck sweatshirt
Show Your Shine - Adult unisex crewneck sweatshirt
Join the effort to shine a positive light on mental health with this cozy crewneck sweatshirt. Also available in children's sizes! 20% of all proceeds from the 'Show Your Shine' collection will go directly to the Pritzker Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health of Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago. More information regarding the campaign below.
  • Long sleeve crewneck sweatshirt 
  • Available in navy
  • Unisex cotton/poly blend 
  • Ribbed collar, cuffs, and waistband
  • Embroidered with the 'Show Your Shine' in silver & gold thread along side collar
  • Body length by size: XS=26" / S=27" / M=28" / L=29" / XL=30" / XXL=30.5"
  • Care instructions: machine wash gentle inside out, air-dry

The Children's Service Board of Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago 'Show Your Shine' campaign:

This campaign is focused on improving access to care, building up specialized expertise, and expanding research and innovation through establishing new collaborative care models. In addition to providing treatment to patients at the hospital and its outpatient sites, the team trains community-based pediatric providers and Lurie Children’s residents to identify and treat common mental health concerns like ADHD, anxiety, and depression. Through this model, Lurie Children’s is able to reach a broader range of children and intervene at an earlier age, reducing long-term mental health before entering adulthood.

Fast Facts about pediatric and adolescent mental health in Chicago:
• Lurie Children’s has seen an increase in suicidal ideation of 2-3 per day
vs. 2-3 per month prior to the pandemic
• 20% of children will have a mental health disorder before graduating
high school
• 80% of youth who need evaluation or treatment do not receive help
• 8-10 is the average number of years for a child to be correctly diagnosed

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