Mental Health

Mind Springs Faces More Scrutiny as CEO Says It's Unfounded

Mind Springs Faces More Scrutiny as CEO Says It’s Unfounded

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James “Logan” Moyer addresses the board of commissioners during a presentation on addressing mental health within the department. (Courtesy Daniel Arizpe)

ESD #9 Harris County Moves Forward With Cy-Fair First Responder Mental Health Program

At the September 22 meeting of Harris County Emergency Services District No. 9, commissioners received a presentation on a new mental health support program and approved current budget requirements for implementing the plan. Officials created the program in response to growing concerns about stress on first responders. Paramedic James “Logan” Moyer pointed out how first …

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Morrison and Cerniglia discuss the need to expand Cook County mental health services

Morrison and Cerniglia discuss the need to expand Cook County mental health services

Democratic Cook County 15th District Commissioner Kevin Morrison of Mount Prospect and Republican challenger Chuck Cerniglia of Hoffman Estates shared their views on the need to expand county mental health services — partly in response to acts of violence like the 4th of July Parade shooting in Highland Park in which seven people were killed …

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Young people's mental health was declining in the United States long before Covid-19

Young people’s mental health was declining in the United States long before Covid-19

Share on PinterestNew research highlights the growing scale of the youth mental health crisis in the United States and how parents can help. Sally Anscombe/Stocksy Recent research suggests that the mental health of children and adolescents in the United States is in decline. Although the COVID-19 pandemic contributed to this decline, experts say the root …

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Jana Riess: How do Gen Z Latter-day Saints fare when it comes to mental health?

Jana Riess: How do Gen Z Latter-day Saints fare when it comes to mental health?

Stress, anxiety and other mental health issues have plagued teens and young adults during the pandemic, and members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are no exception, according to a new report. study. Earlier in 2022, the Springtide Research Institute surveyed 4,038 Americans between the ages of 13 and 25 about mental …

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WDSU Hot Seat: Tulane Experts Discuss Psychosis Awareness

WDSU Hot Seat: Tulane Experts Discuss Psychosis Awareness

Hot Seat: Tulane Experts Discuss Mental Health Awareness in Southeast Louisiana Updated: 4:37 PM CDT September 25, 2022 Hide transcript View Transcript Well good evening and welcome to the WDSU Hot I morgen Lantus seat. Tonight we talk about mental health in Southeast Louisiana amidst so much. We just passed IDa birthdays and Katrina crime …

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Scarlett is just one of many who have seen their mental health decline as the cost of living rises

Over the past six months, Scarlett has noticed her body starting to shake excessively. It’s a response she associates with weaning off antidepressants – but it didn’t happen this time. Instead, the jolts coincided with the rising cost of living, as she and her roommate had to tighten their already tight budget. “I have no …

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Many refugees struggling with trauma face barriers to accessing mental health care

Many refugees struggling with trauma face barriers to accessing mental health care

Erica Zurek and Alander Rocha Kaiser Health News As a young boy living in what was then Zaire, Bertine Bahige remembers watching refugees flee the Rwandan genocide in 1994 by crossing a river that forms the border between the two central African countries. “I didn’t know it would be me a few years later,” Bahige …

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Sacramento Bee readers react to extreme heat, Mosquito Fire, PG&E and climate change

Sacramento Bee readers react to mental health services from Kaiser, Prop. 31, railway strike

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other opinion content offer viewpoints on issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. don’t be fooled “Sacramento CA Ballot Measure Threatens Future of Light Rail” (sacbee.com, September 10) Measure A is not a true citizens’ initiative. Yousef Baig is correct when he …

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