Many Wisconsin milk producers are overwhelmed, dogged by financial worries, a crushing workload, labor shortages and bad weather.
2020 marked the 10th anniversary of Hlub Zoo, a school-based mental health program serving Hmong and other Southeast Asian students and their families.
Psychiatrist and educator Kaz Nelson discusses four common mental health reactions during the coronavirus crisis: psychological stress, grief, isolation/loneliness and panic.
The most significant improvement in mental well-being during the study occurred among the women who started the study as moderate drinkers but who then gave up alcohol.
The four-term Democratic state senator from Kerrick has a long history of legislative experience working on behavioral health issues.
Minnesota’s suicide rate has been on a slow, steady rise for nearly two decades.
Only one in three African-Americans who need mental health care receives it, according to the American Psychiatric Association.
Last year, global levels of unhappiness reached their highest point in more than a decade, according to the latest annual Gallup Global Emotions report, which was released earlier this week.
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If there is a glimmer of hope amid terrible news, it’s that people are talking about mental health. And where there is conversation, there is hope that more awareness and understanding of mental health is coming.
Beginning in June, Miltich will tour Minnesota with a conversation-and-performance project titled “The Improvised Life: Exploring Intersections of Mental Health and Creativity Through Jazz.”
The Minnesota Ketamine Clinic is among a small number of places in the U.S. offering the treatment — a practice that is divisive within the psychiatric community.
Ted Matthews might have the toughest job in the state of Minnesota.
Barriers to receiving mental health treatment are often intensified in rural Minnesota. How many more crises will occur before we address the treatment gap there?
At Mental Health Day on the Hill we’re advocating for parity and equity so that all individuals, especially those marginalized by society, can access the mental health care they desperately need.
The podcast focuses on putting mental health issues into context, on explaining topics in understandable language, and offering tips and advice for people who encounter those issues in themselves or in others.
The conference, titled “Mental Health: Exploring the Unacknowledged Civil Rights Journey,” will feature keynote speakers Leah Ida Harris and Deborah Prothrow-Stith.
At “Shaving Grace,” ponytails and beards will come off to raise money for arts programming at Vail Place.
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“Love You Zindagi,” the story of a young Indian woman who arrives in the United States after an arranged marriage, will premiere next month at Steppingstone Theatre in St. Paul.