There are a growing number of families that are not honored for losing loved ones who served their country. Their family members committed suicide. Monday, counselors and families who’ve known people who’ve committed suicide met at a pavilion in Trinity Park.
Republican and Democratic state senators agreed Wednesday that Texas must do more to help the mentally ill by providing services before a crisis or crime takes place.
A federal judge has ordered the Jet Blue pilot accused of interfering with his own flight crew — undergo psychiatric evaluation.
Clayton Osbon’s lawyer was to make his first appearance in federal court this morning. CBS News learned he was to appear at a courthouse in Amarillo. The JetBlue pilot who had a mid-air meltdown last Tuesday is facing federal charges.
There are new details today on the incident involving an American Airlines flight attendant who last week began ranting to passengers about 9/11 and their flight crashing.
The chief of the state’s juvenile justice system says early rehabilitation programs are especially important for kids with mental health issues.
The mom of a detained Cleburne boy who died after allegedly putting a sheet around his neck during a game says he had mental health issues.
Who do you think are the most stressed out people in America are? Police? Firefighters? According to the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, it’s actually middle-aged women.
Tom Hise said he doesn’t know if his son will ever be able to verbalize his thoughts, but 10-year-old Robert is active and energetic about his time spent at a Plano gym development for children with autism.
When a Fort Worth boy was diagnosed by doctors to have autism, his mother asked his school place him in a separate class. But the school’s experts didn’t find him to have the condition. The issue, experts say, is that autism is difficult to diagnose and may differ between doctors.
In a state that offers meager funding for mental health, law enforcement officers across Texas have performed the duties of psychologists and social workers.
The Veteran’s Diversion Program allows veterans to have minor criminal charges against them dropped if they complete treatment for their PTSD.