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Tiffany Kaszuba, Vice President Cavarocchi Ruscio Dennis Associates Manager to the Coalition for Health Funding CFYM continues the series on mental health funding with a look at how the sequestration is affecting access to care in local communities and shares ways your voice can make a difference. In our last post, we took note of […]
Families for Depression Awareness for Care for Your Mind This post is another in the Care for Your Mind series on the role of faith, faith leaders, and faith communities in addressing mental health concerns. Spiritual leaders and faith communities may be where people first turn when they are grappling with a mental health issue. […]
Families for Depression Awareness for Care for Your Mind Your teenager has been diagnosed with a mood disorder and the clinician is talking with her or him about treatment. What is your role as a parent in the shared decision making model? How can you participate? At Families for Depression Awareness, we believe that parents […]
Cariena Birchard I was diagnosed with Bipolar I, Anxiety with Panic Attacks, and Agoraphobia in 1994. I have a long history of medications working for a year or so, then suddenly stop working. Because of this, I have been on a laundry list of medications over the last twenty-three years. I have experienced my fair […]
Susan Weinstein Editor in Chief, Care for Your Mind Two people seemingly having the best of everything died by suicide last week. Based on averages, so did 863 others in the U.S. That’s enough for us to interrupt our regularly-scheduled posts. In all my years at Care for Your Mind, I don’t recall any week […]