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Adolescent Mental Health: Teen Suicide Is Not a Game

July 26, 2017 Posted in: Press Release

In today’s digital age, everything is accessible to teenagers via connected devices – even suicide. The rise in teen suicides is alarming.... Continue reading →

Understanding Schizophrenia: How to Recognize the Causes, Symptoms, and Early Warning Signs in Young People

November 8, 2016 Posted in: Announcement

Schizophrenia is a serious and chronic mental health disorder that alters how someone thinks and feels in a way that can interfere with normal behavior. The onset of the illness... Continue reading →

Opiate Addiction: Side Effects and Treatment Options

October 6, 2016 Posted in: Announcement

Opiates come in a variety of types and with a variety of demons associated with abuse. If you suspect a loved one is suffering from opiate abuse, we... Continue reading →

How to Help Someone Struggling with Addiction

August 25, 2016 Posted in: Announcement

Addiction

Merriam-Webster dictionary defines an addiction as "a strong and harmful need to regularly have something (such as a drug) or do something... Continue reading →

Understanding Bipolar Disorder

August 2, 2016 Posted in: Announcement

Bipolar Disorder

When you hear the words "bipolar disorder", do you understand what they mean? We hear it in passing, usually from people who don't... Continue reading →

The Jason Foundation Partnership

November 12, 2015 Posted in: Press Release

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Tips for Families: Reintegration after a Military Deployment

October 19, 2015 Posted in: Announcement

Coming home after a wartime deployment is exciting and something you and your family have anticipated for months. But that doesn’t... Continue reading →

The Increased Risk of Alcohol and Drug Abuse among Military Vets

September 9, 2015 Posted in: Announcement

It’s a bit of a Catch 22: being able to “hold your liquor” is the sign of a tough man, but turning to alcohol time and again to drown the pain of battle memories turns you into a shadow of a man. For male and female military personnel and veterans, there is an increased risk of alcohol and drug... Continue reading →

Depression in the Military

August 25, 2015 Posted in: Announcement

While suffering from depression is not a unique experience for people in any particular career, military personnel and their families are more susceptible to both depression and other issues such as PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) and anxiety. The 2010... Continue reading →

Using Massage to Relieve Depression

July 17, 2015 Posted in: Announcement

Most people have had the blues along the way, but some people suffer from mild to severe depression, which can be caused by a... Continue reading →

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