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Monroe County Community College and Monroe Community Mental Health Authority officials cut a ceremonial ribbon Wednesday to announce their partnership to provide mental health screenings and referrals to students on MCCC’s main campus four days a week. The
This December 3, on the International Day of Persons with Disabilities, governments should commit to putting rights-based mental health support at the center of their policies, especially those related to crisis responses. Climate crisis, Covid-19, armed
Anita Chabria: New York will treat more mentally ill people against their will. Should California follow?
At 13, Maddie Delaney was first chair viola in the orchestra at her San Leandro middle school, keeping rhythm for the violins as her mother, Jennifer Williams, puts it — until she began to have delusions. Three weeks ago, at 38, Delaney died while sleeping in
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A former medical director of a Virginia hospital that serves vulnerable children has been charged with four felony sex crimes in connection with abuse that authorities say happened at the facility years ago. A grand jury indicted Dr.
(StatePoint) The New Year represents a fresh start and is the perfect time to invest in your health. However, you may be unsure what resolutions will have the biggest impact. Doctors say that the easy, tangible actions you take are some of the most important.
These mobile crisis workers are on a mission: offer an alternative to police-led mental health calls
White Coat, Black Art checks in with one of Toronto's new mobile crisis response teams, which they argue is a safer and more effective way to provide health care to people in the community experiencing mental health crises. ...
ALBANY – State Health Commissioner Dr. Mary Bassett announced Friday that she will be stepping down at the end of the year. Bassett, who led the state's response to Covid as well as monkeypox and polio emergencies since joining the Hochul administration last
My mental health has tried in 2022- Toke Makinwa spills ...
LAS VEGAS — A man accused of stabbing eight people on the Las Vegas Strip, killing two, was found incompetent to face charges during a court hearing Friday. District Judge Christy Craig said two state psychiatrists found that 32-year-old Yoni Barrios was
A former Canadian Forces member who survived being gang-raped was belittled and faced derogatory comments about her mental health after tuning in to what was billed as a healing symposium sponsored by National Defence. Story continues below This advertisement
WASHINGTON (AP) — The nation’s 988 hotline, intended to help anyone experiencing a mental health emergency, was back up and running Friday after a daylong outage. The call service, which was launched in July, was restored shortly before midnight on Thursday.
MUMBAI: The Bombay high court on Friday expressed displeasure that nothing was done by the State Mental Health Authority at its first meeting held in September. Justices Nitin Jamdar and Gauri Godse heard a public interest litigation (PIL) by psychiatrist
New York state Health Commissioner Dr. Mary Bassett submitted her resignation Friday and will return to her role in academia at the Harvard Chan School of Public Health effective Jan. 1. The resignation comes after Bassett served just over one year as New
Since mid-July, people experiencing a mental health crisis across the country have been able to punch three numbers into their phone — 9-8-8 — and reach counselors trained to help. Anyone with a working phone or internet service can call,
Missouri Western State University athletics is strengthening connections with Mosaic Life Care. All athletic trainers for the school's teams are being provided by Mosaic, and as a result, the number of athletic trainers has increased from four to seven. The
As respiratory viruses strain US health care systems, Biden administration tells states how it's ready ...
Nearly 20,000 people in the United States were admitted to the hospital for flu last week, almost double the number of admissions from the week before, according to data updated Friday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC estimates
Netizens are perhaps rightfully scratching their heads over a Pepsi ad featuring Lindsay Lohan in which the actress enjoys a glass of the soda with just a splash of milk. Today in health, the Biden administration says it doesn’t anticipate renewing
The Navy is investigating the suspected suicide deaths of four sailors all assigned to the same ship maintenance center in Virginia in the span of less than a month — a development that comes on the heels of an earlier spate of sailor suicides in April in the
Maryland Delegation Members Urge State to Apply for Grant to Expand Access to Mental Health and Substance Use Care (John P Sarbanes)
) WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, Congressman John Sarbanes joined Senators Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen, and Congressmen Steny H. Hoyer, David Trone, Anthony G. Brown, Kweisi Mfume, Dutch Ruppersberger, and Jamie Raskin (all D-Md) in writing to Maryland
Scoring a goal isn't just a triumph for favorite team—the joy you feel is also good for your mental health. Deposit Photos The World Cup is in full swing, with countries duking it out on the soccer field for the championship and, of course, bragging rights.
FRIDAY, Dec. 2, 2022 (HealthDay News) -- With wind power picking up as a viable energy source, new research shows U.S. air quality is getting better, benefiting all Americans' health. There was one caveat to the findings, however: Only about a third of the
MONCKS CORNER — Berkeley County is taking steps to prioritize mental health by launching a new pilot program at the county detention center covering inmates with mental illnesses. The program is a partnership between the Hill-Finklea Detention Center and the
US hiring stays strong, complicating Fed’s inflation fight WASHINGTON (AP) — The nation’s employers kept hiring briskly in November despite high inflation and a slow-growing economy — a sign of resilience in the face of the Federal Reserve’s aggressive
OGDEN — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates nearly 20% of all adults experience some form of mental illness, yet more than half are unable to access treatment. To help keep up with the demands for behavioral health services, Ogden Clinic
Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey’s long sought-after mental health legislation was rejected in the Michigan Senate this week, and along with its defeat goes millions in funding. Senate Bill 597 and Senate Bill 598, sponsored by Shirkey, R-Clarklake, and
The Killingly school district will see key leadership shifts next month as part of an effort to address student behavioral and mental health needs. In a Wednesday letter to parents and students, Superintendent Robert Angeli announced several personnel changes
Australia news live: Assange appeals US extradition in European court of human rights; excitement builds ...
WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange is battling extradition from Britain to the US where he is wanted on criminal charges. Follow latest updates Get our morning and afternoon news emails , free app or daily news podcast There are growing calls for a major
FRIDAY, Dec. 2, 2022 (American Heart Association News) -- For more than 50 years, Stan Goldstein has donned his red, black, white and gold – the colors of the University of Maryland's Terrapins – to cheer for his alma mater's men's basketball team at home