As more and more people continue to move into North Texas health experts say the need for mental health services are increasing at an alarming rate.
Mental health advocates question if there is a better way for police to respond to calls involving the mentally ill.
Nature is said to have powerful healing abilities. The lesson is one a Denton Boy Scout is learning more about with each flower he plants. Finding stress therapy can be as easy as listening and looking to the outdoors.
Long gone are the days when mental health was a taboo subject in major league locker rooms, and the days of a lone sports psychologist even appear to be waning.
Winter is all fun and games…until after New Years’ Eve.
The much publicized suicide of actor/comedian Robin Williams, experts say, may help save others struggling with depression. Local suicide hotlines are already seeing an increase in calls.
A North Texas woman says she understands first-hand what Robin Williams may have suffered through during bouts of depression.
There are two special men living in North Texas who now show little sign of the awful things that happened to them for so many years. For decades they, and 30 other Texans like them, called an Iowa schoolhouse home and gutted turkeys for $65 a month.
Two Dallas police officers are on administrative leave after a shooting involving a man with mental health issues.
The state is using new resources to help teens and young adults tackle mental health issues with its newly launched “Speak Your Mind” campaign.
“Fine Line: Mental Health/Mental Illness,” is an exhibit by photographer Michael Nye on the Southern Methodist Campus.
Higher education has allowed Lisa Ciminelli to get to where she is today, as assistant vice president of neighbor support services at CitySquare.