Hotlines are staffed by coordinators familiar with the needs and languages of the specific community their organization serves.
Minnetonka-based Secondhand Hounds has seen a marked increase in adoptions recently. “I think it is good for people’s mental health to be able to adopt an animal during COVID,” Mairose said.
The COVID spending package will help People Incorporated fund its behavioral and mental health services for three years.
A partnership between DHS and the nonprofit Apple Tree Dental, the center’s clinics focus on serving children, families and seniors who cannot afford dental care and people with disabilities who need specialized facilities and expertise.
The MMPI-3, published by the University of Minnesota Press, is the first full revision of the test in more than 30 years.
A transition clinic at M Health Fairview St. Joseph’s Hospital in St. Paul will provide new options for care.
“Taking Charge of Your Survivorship” includes experience-borne survivorship advice on a range of topics.
A Hazelden Betty Ford program conducts screenings and assessments of students who may be experiencing issues related to substance use and mental health.
The intended audience for “Family Bipolar Stories” is any person who is seeking information, support and reassurance while caring for a loved one with mental illness.
PD GENEration is a national initiative offering genetic testing for clinically relevant Parkinson’s genes.
Headway offers mental health services for children and adults, including culturally specific programming.
Some skin-lightening products marketed to women of color had mercury levels of 150,000 parts per million.
2020 marked the 10th anniversary of Hlub Zoo, a school-based mental health program serving Hmong and other Southeast Asian students and their families.
“We want to provide space for people to tell their stories and we want to provide positive solutions,” said producer Jessica Cordova Kramer. “We want our shows to shed light on what is working.”
A Q&A with Barb Larson Taylor, coordinator of the college’s COVID-19 Response Team, about how the fall semester is going.
That commitment led Ramstad to advocate for and ultimately see passage of a groundbreaking federal law that requires insurance companies to pay equally for mental and physical health benefits, including addiction treatment.
Their goal is to engage members and work with them to get the treatment they need.
The conference, titled “Building Mindful Connections: The Invincibility of Mindful Self-Care for Helping Professionals,” will be held virtually on Oct. 31.
Thao recently received an Outstanding Refugee Award from the Minnesota Department of Human Services.
After her son’s diagnosis, Greiling said, “I started working on mental health legislation wherever I encountered it.”