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4 Must-Read Mental Health Articles

Need to catch up on mental health news? These top-four articles and news highlights can get you started. In celebrating Veteran’s Day this past week, a CNN article challenged civilians to honor veterans beyond one day a year and find better ways to engage with our nation’s heroes to help them successfully reintegrate back into society. The New York Daily News took a closer look at emotional war wounds like PTSD and treatment options that are helping veterans cope. Read more.

Stories We Carry – Bridging the Gap Among Veterans and Civilians

When Josh left the Army in 2004, after four years in the service, he struggled with the transition process and found it difficult to adjust to civilian life. Marcelle, who spent 24 years serving the country, admits that she often times feels burdened when she has to narrow down her identity. Read more.

3 Must-Read Mental Health Articles

Here are this week’s news highlights from within the mental health community. Wayne Brady, a comedian and beloved TV personality on ‘Let’s Make a Deal’ came forward about his battle with depression during an intimate “Entertainment Tonight” interview that was featured in the New York Daily News. Read more.

Two Years Later Sandy Survivors Find Relief from Emotional Distress

During an emotional, yet informative press conference on the storm’s anniversary, MHA-NYC announced its efforts to help Superstorm Sandy survivors recover from emotional distress with the launch of iHelp: Sandy Stress Relief, an online mental health program, available free-of-charge, designed to help users cope with common mental health challenges associated with a natural disaster. Read more.

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