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Foundations in Career-Building: Joel's Story

Joel's experience at the ASC in the Bronx prepared him not only for a new job opportunity and college, but he learned the importance of coping with his emotional challenges in order to grow and achieve life-goals. Read more.

3 Must-Read Mental Health Articles

Here are this week’s news highlights from within the mental health community. USA Today reported on the National Institute of Health's recent budget proposal for $4.5 billion in order to meet the goals of President Obama's BRAIN Initiative. Read more.

Mental Health First Aid for Youth

On June 12th and 13th, MHA-NYC hosted a Youth Mental Health First Aid Training for the Department of Youth and Community Development’s programs for at-risk youth. Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is a course designed to teach citizens how to help adolescents who may be experiencing a mental health challenge, disorder, or crisis until the appropriate help can be received or until the crisis resolves. Learn more about Mental Health First Aid.

President Obama Hosts the Healthy Kids and Safe Sports Concussion Summit

President Obama’s recent White House Summit on youth concussions is a key step toward to addressing the growing public health concern of concussions and the need for better identification, assessment, and treatment approaches for younger individuals. Read more.

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    3 Must-Read Mental Health Articles

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    Here are this week’s news highlights from within the mental health community. 1. USA Today reported on the National Institute of Health’s recent budget proposal for $4.5 billion in order to meet the goals of President Obama’s BRAIN Initiative. 2. ESPN covered  Chicago Bears Brandon Marshall and his recent efforts to confront the NFL’s mental […]

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    The Start of a Fulfilling Career: Joel’s Story

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    Joel’s experience at the ASC in the Bronx prepared him not only for a new job opportunity and college, but he learned the importance of coping with his emotional challenges in order to grow and achieve life-goals. When Joel completed the program at the Bronx Adolescent Skills Center (ASC), he thought that his experience with […]

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    3 Must-Read Mental Health Articles

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    Take a look at some of this week’s top stories in mental health: 1.) On Monday, Time covered a new study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology which claims that greater unemployment benefits can potentially decrease the rate of suicides. 2.) The New York Times explored a case study on maternal mental illness and how sometimes it can […]

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    3 Must-Read Mental Health Articles

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    Here are this week’s news highlights from within the mental health community. 1.) According to new research, the great recession that began in 2007 could be linked with more than 10,000 suicides across North America and Europe. CBS News explored this new link and why there was such a drastic spike in numbers. 2.) USA […]

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    Youth Mental Health First Aid Training

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    From June 12-13, 2014, MHA-NYC hosted a Youth Mental Health First Aid Training for the Department of Youth and Community Development’s programs for at-risk youth. Youth Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is a course designed to teach citizens how to help adolescents who may be experiencing a mental health challenge, disorder, or crisis until the appropriate […]

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    President Obama Hosts the Healthy Kids and Safe Sports Concussion Summit

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    President Obama’s recent White House Summit on youth concussions is a key step toward to addressing the growing public health concern of concussions and the need for better identification, assessment, and treatment approaches for younger individuals. The summit not only advanced attention to much needed research, but also highlighted prevention, detection and awareness about sports-related […]

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    3 Must-Read Mental Health Articles

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    Check out this week’s news highlights from the mental health community. 1. An NPR article this week sheds light on the difficulty new college grads experience when trying to find mental healthcare. While the Affordable Care Act has made it slightly easier, many college grads are still having a hard time not only finding care, […]

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    Priorities Lead to Success: Brandon’s Story

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    Brandon learned that he needed to set priorities in order to reach his professional goals. At MHA-NYC’s Adolescent Skills Center, he’s learned to take school seriously and is working with the dedicated staff to get on track as he aims to earn a college degree in business. Social studies isn’t a difficult subject for Brandon, […]

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    3 Must-Read Mental Health Articles

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    As Mental Health Month comes to a close, we bring to you the news highlights for the week in mental health. 1. A USA Today article reveals that the military is investing in a new $26 million project to develop an implantable device that could potentially help treat psychiatric disorders such as PTSD. 2. The recent […]

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    The Effects of Lockdowns on Our Mental Health

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    In the wake of the recent mass violence in California, the importance of preparedness and safety is pushed to the forefront of our minds. Yet, experiencing an actual ‘lockdown’ order also presents a very real risk for emotional distress among not only those under the order, but for their loved ones outside of the targeted […]

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