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Rules Of The Road For Succeeding In College With A Mood Disorder

September 1, 2017

August 23, 2017 | By Sharon Carnahan, Ph.D. You’ve done it! High school is over and it’s time for college. Everyone is just so proud… and you’re alternating between wildly optimistic and sure of certain failure. As a person with a diagnosed mood disorder, you just barely survived high school—and that’s no exaggeration. Maybe you’ve more »

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Google taps National Alliance on Mental Illness to add depression screener to search

August 29, 2017 | By Jonah Comstock While Google the company — now known as Alphabet — has spun its health operations into several growing subsidiaries, Google the search engine continues to be one of the major ways people seek to learn about their health. To its credit, Google has displayed an awareness of the more »

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Most Mental Health Management Organizations to See Additional Trim

August 4, 2017 | By Rose Hoban Even as North Carolina’s mental health management organizations are adjusting to cuts to their budgets ordered in this year’s state budget, most of the organizations experienced another trim Thursday. That was the day that legislators came back to Raleigh for what was originally billed as a one-day session more »

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Lack of Housing for Mentally Ill Adults Pits NC Against US Government in Ongoing Legal Battle

August 2, 2017 | By Frank Taylor and Michael Gebelein Lawmakers created the adult care home system in North Carolina largely as a reaction to a national movement to move those with mental illness out of institutions during the 1970s and 1980s. But the nature of their solution has run afoul of the U.S. Department more »

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The Fight Is Not Over

August 2, 2017

July 20, 2017 | NAMI.ORG Wondering what is happening with health reform? Every day–and sometimes multiple times a day–the news changes. But what doesn’t change is NAMI’s simple test for health reform: Will Americans have more mental health coverage and better care? To date, the answer has been no. Whether it’s the revised Senate bill, more »

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