Mental health

Hogan urges new legislature not to 'recklessly' spend huge surpluses

Hogan urges new legislature not to ‘recklessly’ spend huge surpluses

Comment this story Comment Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan unveiled a draft budget Thursday with major investments in mental health facilities and warned the new administration that spending the state’s large stockpile of cash would be unwise. His proposal could serve as the basis for what Governor-elect Wes Moore presents to the General Assembly in January …

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Nye distributes $1.3 million to help housing and mental health initiatives

Nye County officially launched its ARPA grant programs and the first round of grant applications from nonprofits in the region were heard at the first meeting of the Nye County Commission in December. Six in all, they received a very mixed reaction from the board of directors, with two approved, two refused and two others …

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A safe haven for homeless people with addiction and mental health issues

A safe haven for homeless people with addiction and mental health issues

SAN DIEGO- A long-awaited “shelter” will open by the end of the year to provide a residential treatment program for homeless people struggling with mental health issues and addictions, county and city of San Francisco officials announced Thursday. Diego. The 11-room program will take place in the San Diego Veterans Village and will provide treatment …

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How CEOs can set the table for employees to have a mentally healthy vacation

How CEOs can set the table for employees to have a mentally healthy vacation

How CEOs can set the table for employees to have a mentally healthy vacation Cloth The arrival of the holiday season brings both celebrations and challenges. The holidays are a complicated time for mental health, but they are also a welcome opportunity to recharge and build resilience. Smart leaders can guide their employees to maximize …

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Memphis Hires Dr. Yarlie Nicolas as Assistant Director of Athletics, Mental Health and Athletic Performance - University of Memphis Athletics

Memphis Hires Dr. Yarlie Nicolas as Assistant Director of Athletics, Mental Health and Athletic Performance – University of Memphis Athletics

History links MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Memphis Athletics continues to expand its wellness offerings for student-athletes with the addition of Dr. Yarlie R. Nicolas, LMFT as Deputy Director of Athletics, Mental Health and Athletic Performance. Dr. Nicolas has over 10 years of clinical experience in education, private practice, corporate training, organizational leadership, crisis intervention and community …

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Eric Kane, left, and Mark Cutler play guitar during Cutler's Songwriting Workshop Thursday night at Assumption University.

Songwriting workshops link music and mental health on college campuses

The Same Thing Project and the National Museum of Mental Health Project are offering an innovative college songwriting workshop with the aim of creating and spreading positive emotions and awareness on campuses in Worcester and beyond, with a recent launch event at Assumption University. A relatively new concept, according to those involved, community songwriting is …

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TikTok self-harm study finds ‘every parent’s nightmare’

TikTok’s recommendation algorithm pushes content about self-harm and eating disorders to teens within minutes of expressing interest in the topics, research shows. The Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) found that the video-sharing site would promote content such as dangerously restrictive diets, pro-self-harm content and content romanticizing suicide to users who show a preference for …

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Campus life may seem normal in Portland, but impact of pandemic lingers for many students

Campus life may seem normal in Portland, but impact of pandemic lingers for many students

On the Portland State University campus last week, things were much like they were before the pandemic. Students walked through the downtown blocks of Southwest Park bundled up against the chilly final weeks of the fall term. Inside the buildings, people took their final exams or studied for them. Although the campus and classrooms may …

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