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Governor Cuomo Announces Community-Based Programs to Help Older Adults Combat Mental Health and Substance Use Issues

Eight mental health providers have been selected to receive $7.96 million through the Partnership Innovation for Older Adults program. The recipients will establish community programs that identify adults age 55 or older whose independence or survival in the community is in jeopardy because of a mental health, substance use, or aging-related concern. Click here to learn more.

Study Links Internet Addiction and Mental Health Issues in College Students

In a recent study of college students, researchers found a correlation between internet addiction and rates of certain mental health disorders. The study also found a correlation between excessive internet use and depression, anxiety and impulsiveness, among other things. Click here to learn more.

New York State Office of Mental Health Announces Statewide Suicide Prevention Plan

The New York State Office of Mental Health announced the release of an extensive plan for suicide prevention aimed at reducing New York State’s suicide rate through the adoption of the Zero Suicide Model. Click here to learn more about this new plan.

A National Mental Health Policy Agenda: Recommendations for the Presidential Candidates

With the presidential election swiftly approaching, MHA-NYC's Kim Williams, with Michael B. Friedman, outlines a 10-Point Agenda for Action for the candidates to establish mental health as a priority item on the next President’s agenda for immediate action. See the Agenda in the Huffington Post here.

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