It’s a casual drop-in opportunity, where older Minnesotans can call and find a friendly person on the line who can provide support, resources — or simply a listening ear.
The video features a group of young East Africans — a mix of cultural influencers and regular young adults — pulling on masks and answering the question “Who Are You Masking Up For?”
The 7,200 square-foot house is for women in early recovery, with enough space for 16.
The Minnesota Institute for Trauma-Informed Education (MITIE) will support professional development for teachers and administrators; build a statewide trauma-informed teaching network; and create a research and policy division.
The study was inspired by the injuries that University of Minnesota doctors were seeing during the George Floyd protests.
The public health campaign provides a monthlong set of templates that employers and community leaders can use to deliver messages encouraging behaviors that enhance mental health.
“We know that we could hit another surge. When we talk about what the staff has gone through, they feel like they’re more prepared. We’ve got this now, ” said Jodi Hillmer, director of patient care services at CentraCare – Long Prairie Care Center.
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.