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Restoration Center: San Antonio's answer to mental health - Montgomery Advertiser;

Restoration Center: San Antonio's answer to mental health - Montgomery Advertiser

Montgomery AdvertiserRestoration Center: San Antonio's answer to mental healthMontgomery AdvertiserSAN ANTONIO — The plan was simple: instead of arresting the mentally ill for crimes, treat them for their illness. Keep them out of the jails and emergency rooms and instead provide them with a one-stop shop where they can be treated with psychiatric ...and more »

Crisis center could save hundreds of thousands in medical, jail costs - Montgomery Advertiser;

Crisis center could save hundreds of thousands in medical, jail costs - Montgomery Advertiser

Montgomery AdvertiserCrisis center could save hundreds of thousands in medical, jail costsMontgomery AdvertiserA mental health crisis center that could potentially open this year would save hundreds of thousands of dollars at Montgomery hospitals and jails. It is a plan that has been ongoing for years. And a plan city leaders believe will keep the mentally ill ...and more »

Wellness Summit Covers Mental Health in Veterinary Profession - VetPracticeNews.com;

Wellness Summit Covers Mental Health in Veterinary Profession - VetPracticeNews.com

VetPracticeNews.comWellness Summit Covers Mental Health in Veterinary ProfessionVetPracticeNews.comThe Veterinary Health and Wellness Summit was organized by the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges. By Veterinary Practice News Editors. Published: 2017.01.27 09:59 AM. Mental health stressors associated with the veterinary ...and more »

Minority juvenile offenders face inequities in mental health treatment - Dallas News;

Minority juvenile offenders face inequities in mental health treatment - Dallas News

Dallas NewsMinority juvenile offenders face inequities in mental health treatmentDallas NewsEvery day, our jails and prisons take in large numbers of offenders who have serious mental health issues. But how good are we in diagnosing and treating their illnesses? Traditionally, not very good, and the record gets worse with respect to providing ...and more »

Bell renews mental health research funding - Queen's Journal;

Bell renews mental health research funding - Queen's Journal

Queen's JournalBell renews mental health research fundingQueen's JournalFormer Peer Support Centre Director and mental health advocate Charlotte Johnston speaking to an ample crowd at the announcement. Photo: Auston Chhor. On Jan. 24, the atrium of the BioSciences Complex was abuzz. A live band played for numerous ...and more »

Student nurses receive 'mental health first aid' training - Nursing Times;

Student nurses receive 'mental health first aid' training - Nursing Times

Nursing TimesStudent nurses receive 'mental health first aid' trainingNursing TimesA project training student nurses in “mental health first aid” has proved so successful that it is to be rolled out across all healthcare courses by a university in the Midlands. The Coventry University programme aims to provide nursing students with ...and more »

Bridport exhibition to show creativity and mental health in a positive light. - Dorset Echo;

Bridport exhibition to show creativity and mental health in a positive light. - Dorset Echo

Dorset EchoBridport exhibition to show creativity and mental health in a positive light.Dorset EchoTHE benefits of creativity for mental well-being are set to be explored in a new exhibition in Bridport. Inspired by Re-Think Mental Health's Time to Talk Day, work by local artists of all ages is going on display for The Creative Mind Exhibition at ...and more »

Alaska must improve its mental health care - Alaska Dispatch News;

Alaska must improve its mental health care - Alaska Dispatch News

Alaska Dispatch NewsAlaska must improve its mental health careAlaska Dispatch NewsWe are all shocked when tragedies such as the recent shooting in Florida appear to be linked to a mental illness. That is true even though people with mental illnesses are generally no more likely to be violent than the general population. It seems to ...and more »

Tri-County unveils plans for wellness center - Troy Daily News;

Tri-County unveils plans for wellness center - Troy Daily News

Troy Daily NewsTri-County unveils plans for wellness centerTroy Daily NewsMike Ullery | Daily Call A groundbreaking ceremony for One Wellness Place, a one-stop-shop for services of the Tri-County Board of Recovery and Mental Health Services, was held at the Miami County Fairgrounds on Thursday. The board covers Miami, ...and more »

The best tweets about mental health from a massive online fundraising campaign. - Upworthy;

The best tweets about mental health from a massive online fundraising campaign. - Upworthy

UpworthyThe best tweets about mental health from a massive online fundraising campaign.UpworthyWe should be talking about mental illness every single day. For now, we'll take what we can get. In 2010, Canadian telecommunications company Bell launched a campaign called "Let's Talk Day," which encouraged people across the globe to, well, talk ...and more »

Mates in Mind – The construction industry's answer to mental ill health - SHPonline;

Mates in Mind – The construction industry's answer to mental ill health - SHPonline

SHPonlineMates in Mind – The construction industry's answer to mental ill healthSHPonlineYesterday (26 January) saw leaders from across the construction industry gather to discuss health in construction, and it also saw the official launch of the industry's “worst kept secret” Mates in Mind. mim-logo Announcing the launch of the Mates in ...and more »

Mental health stigma still stalks older people - Third Force News;

Mental health stigma still stalks older people - Third Force News

Third Force NewsMental health stigma still stalks older peopleThird Force NewsPeople over the age of 65 are less likely to receive support for their mental health, according to findings of a new project. Support for mental health can decrease significantly once a person reaches 65, the study found. Participants in the Age in ...and more »

Construction industry leaders push mental health up the agenda - The Construction Index;

Construction industry leaders push mental health up the agenda - The Construction Index

The Construction IndexConstruction industry leaders push mental health up the agendaThe Construction IndexThe second annual Health in Construction summit took place with some 300 industry bosses and occupational health & safety professionals in attendance. The Health in Construction Leadership Group 2017 participants Above: The Health in Construction ...and more »

Contractors launch mental health awareness campaign - Construction Enquirer

Contractors launch mental health awareness campaignConstruction EnquirerBalfour Beatty, Careys and Willmott Dixon will pioneer a ground-breaking programme to tackle mental ill health in construction. Mates in Mind. Construction industry launches Mates in Mind programme to raise awareness about mental ill health. The firms ...and more »

January 27, 2017 in Lifestyles: Help reduce mental health's stigma - Oshawa Express;

January 27, 2017 in Lifestyles: Help reduce mental health's stigma - Oshawa Express

Oshawa ExpressJanuary 27, 2017 in Lifestyles: Help reduce mental health's stigmaOshawa ExpressThe region is encouraging all residents to help reduce the stigma surrounding mental health issues by promoting good health. According to a news release from the Region of Durham, one in five Canadians will be diagnosed with some form of mental illness ...and more »

Using art to take the stigma out of mental illness - Dorset Echo;

Using art to take the stigma out of mental illness - Dorset Echo

Dorset EchoUsing art to take the stigma out of mental illnessDorset EchoTHE benefits of creativity for mental well-being are set to be explored in a new exhibition in Bridport. Inspired by Re-Think Mental Health's Time to Talk Day, work by local artists of all ages is going on display for The Creative Mind Exhibition at ...and more »

Local hospitals team up to offer free mental health first aid training - Jacksonville Business Journal

Local hospitals team up to offer free mental health first aid trainingJacksonville Business JournalExecutives from Northeast Florida's largest hospital systems announced Thursday morning a partnership that aims to train 10,000 residents to recognize and manage someone experiencing a mental health crisis. Doug Baer, CEO of Brooks Rehabilitation, ...and more »

The 14 best tweets about mental health from a massive online fundraising campaign. - Upworthy;

The 14 best tweets about mental health from a massive online fundraising campaign. - Upworthy

UpworthyThe 14 best tweets about mental health from a massive online fundraising campaign.UpworthyWe should be talking about mental illness every single day. For now, we'll take what we can get. In 2010, Canadian telecommunications company Bell launched a campaign called "Let's Talk Day," which encouraged people across the globe to, well, talk ...and more »

Beyond Let's Talk Day - Londoner;

Beyond Let's Talk Day - Londoner

LondonerBeyond Let's Talk DayLondoner“Mental health is not about a day, a month or a year, it's a conversation that has to continue for a lifetime,” Sarah Hilton mental health specialist and founder of StressedOutSolutions.com, says. Tweet · Bookmark and Share. Change text size for the ...and more »

Hospitals team up to offer free mental health training - WJXT Jacksonville;

Hospitals team up to offer free mental health training - WJXT Jacksonville

WJXT JacksonvilleHospitals team up to offer free mental health trainingWJXT JacksonvilleJACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Several hospitals have come together for a new campaign offering free mental health training in the Northeast Florida area. One in five adults in the United States experience mental illness every year, according to the National ...and more »