September is Suicide Prevention Month, a time to raise awareness for a tragically common, yet entirely preventable, cause of death—especially amongst young people.
The latest segment of the "Heads Up" webinar series looks back and discusses what was learned.
This month, we explore substance use disorders and co-occurring mental illnesses, how they are treated, what programs are available and where there are still gaps in service.
This month, we explore the public policies which have shaped our current mental health system.
Barbara Van Dahlen, PhD, and John Broderick discuss the origins and evolution of the Five Signs and REACT programs as panelists in a Heads Up webinar hosted by Dartmouth Health.
How some employees can get support from their jobs for substance misuse or other mental health issues
This month, we look at how some employers are helping employees who are struggling with a range of mental health issues, from stress and anxiety to substance use disorders and other psychiatric diagnoses.
With the help of the community mental health center, Ed Mahoney, PhD, started a program called Storytelling: Remembering Together, which invites people aged 65 and older to gather and share personal stories.
In this month's Heads Up, Dartmouth Health looks at how our military service members face unique and common mental health challenges.
This month, we look at how mental health has, for better or worse, shaped our modern criminal justice system.
This month, during Suicide Prevention Month, we’re taking a step back to look at how we can be a part of the solution for the young people in our lives who are struggling.