How Do I Know if My [Parent, Child, Sibling, Friend, Co-Worker] Has a Mental Disorder?
Many people with mental health disorders and their loved ones know that May is Mental Health Month and this year marks its 70th
Summer's here, and the time is right ... for kids wondering "What am I going to do today?"
Some parents are likely already hearing words to that effect. With the school year over and thoughts of taking a break from
Depression and gender
While women are more likely to develop depression, men are less likely to seek help for their behavioral health, meaning they are more likely to go undiagnosed or untreated. Often men also
When tornadoes struck the Dayton region over Memorial Day weekend, the lives and livelihoods of thousands of people were at the very least upended, if not destroyed. Days later, people are still trying to find basics -
One in five adults in the U.S. experiences a mental health issue each year. Mental illness and substance use disorders are among the top conditions that cause disability in the United States, and yet there appears to be
How You Can Help Your Loved One With Addiction
Anyone who has tried to help a loved one overcome a substance abuse problem knows how overwhelming it can be. Addiction is a complex issue and can be incredibly difficult