PTSD in First Responders: Know the Symptoms and How to Get Help

February 7, 2018 Posted in: Announcement

PTSD in First Responders

When most people think of PTSD, they usually imagine Army veterans returning from close-quarters combat or refugees fleeing warzones.

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Aftermath of the Las Vegas Shooting: Do You Have PTSD?

January 3, 2018 Posted in: Announcement


In the aftermath of the 2017 Las Vegas, Nevada shooting, local Las Vegas residents may still find it difficult to... Continue reading →

Elderly Mental Health: 5 Myths That Prevent Older Adults from Getting Treatment

December 1, 2017 Posted in: Announcement

Few people realize that senior mental health issues are actually treatable. This is often the result of the stereotypical stigma placed... Continue reading →

Mental Health Awareness Month: Ways You Can Get Involved

October 25, 2017 Posted in: Press Release

People suffering from depression don’t always appear mopey or downtrodden. In fact, there are some sufferers of depression who do a pretty good... Continue reading →

Nevada Takes Strong Steps To Combat Opiate Abuse

August 30, 2017 Posted in: Announcement

The Personal Side of a National Problem

Personal Side of Opioid Addiction

In case you haven’t noticed, an... Continue reading →

Mental Health Issues in Men

February 6, 2017 Posted in: Announcement

Depression is very common in men and men have trouble seeking for help because of the stigma associated with mental health. Men... Continue reading →

Behavioral Health in the United States

November 1, 2013 Posted in: Announcement

29 October 2013 By: Judith L. Teich, MSW, Behavioral Research Scientist
Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality

SAMHSA’s new publication, Behavioral Health, United States, 2012, provides in-depth information about the... Continue reading →

Mental Health Leading Cause of Military Hospital Stays

October 3, 2013 Posted in: Announcement

Gregg Zoroya and Meghan Hoyer, USA TODAY 7:19 p.m. EDT September 25, 2013

Post-traumatic stress... Continue reading →