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prison vs mental health institutions

This past April, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton discussed a number of harsh issues that currently plague the United States. She particularly highlighted a connection between prisons and mental health care. Beginning in the 1960s and 1970s, a calculated migration of people suffering from mental illness took place due to the tarnished reputation of long-stay […]

nutritions vital role in treating chronic alcoholism

Chronic alcoholism and alcohol abuse are problematic issues that impact individuals on a global scale. According to the World Health Organization, approximately 2 billion people worldwide consume alcohol; in the United States, excessive alcohol use is the 3rd leading lifestyle-related cause of death each year. Alcoholism impacts people economically, socially, medically and nutritionally. With such […]

marty mann pioneer in alcohol treatment for women remembered

During National Women’s Health Week (May 10-16, 2015) we are reminded of one brave woman who brought alcohol treatment to women and fought to remove alcoholism’s stigma 75 years ago. Margaret “Marty” Mann herself struggled with alcoholism. Born in 1904 into a privileged family in Chicago, she went to the best boarding schools and finishing […]

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05-05-15 Category: Mental Health, Therapy

May is Mental Health Month and it was established by Mental Health America. The organization has over 65 years of experience in educating and offering other resources to the public about the various mental disorders and their respective challenges. For this year’s campaign, the message being promoted is “B4Stage4,” which refers to treating mental conditions […]

april showers bring may mental health awareness flowers
05-04-15 Category: Behavioral Health, Mental Health

May is Mental Health Month, so what does this mean for most people? By the time May arrives, winter doldrums are fading as the days get warmer and longer. The stressful, fattening holidays are over and gardeners are busy. Students are looking forward to the end of the school year and people are planning vacation […]

caring for alzheimers with community
05-01-15 Category: Behavioral Health, Mental Health

Taking care of people with Alzheimer’s disease is a big challenge for caregivers. The very nature of the disease causes patients to be confused and have no regard for their own safety. People with severe Alzheimer’s can wander off if not carefully monitored and put themselves and others in danger. Many such patients are in […]

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