The Just Ask MN campaign is being promoted in sports arenas, at gas stations in top casino areas, at college-area bars and on the online music-streaming site Pandora.
This weekend, interested Minnesotans will have the opportunity to meet Margot Anand, the author of “The Art of Sexual Ecstasy,” when she leads a two-day event in Minneapolis.
Sue Abderholden, executive director of NAMI-Minnesota, explains her concerns about the plan put forward to replace Obamacare.
As the United States faces a full-fledged addiction crisis, occupational therapists are seeing greater opportunity to return to the treatment of people with chemical dependency.
The company, called OneOme, was developed by a team from the Mayo Clinic.
The theme of the organization's Spring Gala in May is “NAMI Superheroes — Celebrating 40 years of Hope!”
The new program is dedicated to providing fresh, healthy and accessible food to U of M students. A three-day food pantry this month served as a trial.
Next month, the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe will take over operation and management of Four Winds in a historic agreement.
“School is the environment where kids naturally exist, the place where they spend the biggest chunk of their waking time,” said the U of M's Clayton Cook.
The rate of alcohol-related deaths for white women ages 35-54 has more than doubled since 1999.
Mental Health Connect is a project of Bethlehem Lutheran and Saint Joan of Arc Catholic Community with supervision from Vail Place. Organizers believe it is the first of its kind in the U.S.
The new podcast, produced by American Public Media, moves the spotlight away from McInerny’s own story and instead focuses her formidable attention on the lives of others.
“To have someone there to help you make sense of what you’re going though is so important,” said Jennifer Samountry. “Life is still hard, but I feel so much better.”
One of the things that Emily Johnson Piper would like to do is to persuade legislators to fund the second phase of the Minnesota Security Hospital project.
When Lepinski retires on Feb. 28, in many ways Washburn will be a changed place, with a new building, a staff of 170 and an annual budget of $15 million.
Many Kofi staff consider themselves to be connectors between children, their parents and the school system that directs their young lives, said clinical supervisor Benita Amedee.
Encouraging a deeper understanding of how a variety of historical traumas can alter a person's life course has won acclaim for its effectiveness and impact.
The funding is going to women to sustain their recovery "by addressing the kinds of issues that traditional treatment programs don’t,” said DHS Assistant Commissioner Claire Wilson.
Here is a collection of links to new information about topics that have appeared in Mental Health & Addiction articles.
"We serve as educators and partners to the campus community in making sure that sexual assault and harassment victim/survivors get the direction and support they need,” said Director Katie Eichele.
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