Why Are More Black Children Dying by Suicide?

read: Carolina Blue is a part of me,full of flavor and excitement,Like a wild rollercoasteron the loose. but sometimes ,I mean, black, lonely,black, angry at the world,Like a dog lost in the desert, However, both are true,And both are me. “Wow, that’s the way my baby used to feel,” she remembers thinking at the time. … Read more

Judge: Monitor to Oversee Mississippi Mental Health System | Mississippi News

By Leah Willingham, Associated Press/Report for America JACKSON, Ms. (Associated Press) — A federal judge has ordered an independent monitor to oversee the Mississippi’s mental health care system. The monitor will be tasked with verifying data provided by the state to analyze the success of mental health services. The main action will be whether the … Read more

Christian Pulisic opens up about mental health: ‘It’s not an easy thing to change my way of thinking’

With his third season at Chelsea looming, Christian Pulisic is changing his way of thinking. Not that Pulisic would say that opening himself up or sharing his weaknesses seemed like a weakness earlier in his life, but now that he’s seeing a therapist it has helped him radically change his way of thinking and accept … Read more

Lower taxes, police mental health focus begin in North Carolina in 2022 – WLOS

Low Taxes, Police Focus on Mental Health Begins in North Carolina in 2022WLOS .

New nursing and midwifery partnership to better support Darwin parents with mental health

When Darwin’s mother Amy Hetherington gave birth to her first child, she said the pressure and fear of not rising to be a good mother were overwhelming. the main points: 90,000 parents experience mental health issues while expecting or caring for a child A new partnership has been launched to train midwifery and nursing students … Read more

Grant helps Compeer teach teen mental health first aid | Local News

Compeer of Greater Buffalo, a nonprofit nonmedical social services agency that promotes positive mental health through purposeful friendships, recently received a $25,000 grant to provide adolescent mental health first aid training for 280 girls in three schools. Regional High School. The scholarship also includes funds to support a mentoring program that promotes positive mental health … Read more

South Dakota State News

For immediate posting: Tuesday 7 September 2021Media contact: Steve Long, steve.long@state.sd.us or 605.773.5465 September is South Dakota’s Behavioral Health Recovery Month PIERRE – Governor Kristi Noem has declared September as South Dakota’s Behavioral Health Recovery Month to help spread the message that hope, healing, and happiness are possible. Through the Department of Social Services (DSS), … Read more