Tag Archives: Mental health

Black #Disability History: Metta World Peace, Professional Basketball Player

Metta World Peace (born Ronald Artest, Jr. on Nov. 13, 1979 – ) “I’m still learning about myself. This actually helps me in telling my story so I can continuously improve myself, stay mentally stronger and not let stuff bother … Continue reading

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Health Update

Confusing Mental-Health Intervention and Violence Prevention There are many ways to prevent some violent tragedies, including high-quality mental-health treatment at all levels. But calling for more involuntary hospitalizations isn’t among them. people are again asking—as they have after each of … Continue reading

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Health Update

Confusing Mental-Health Intervention and Violence Prevention There are many ways to prevent some violent tragedies, including high-quality mental-health treatment at all levels. But calling for more involuntary hospitalizations isn’t among them.   people are again asking—as they have after each … Continue reading

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Health Update

Bazelon Center Releases Report on Affordable Care Act and Housing April 24, 2014 – The Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law has released a report about how the Affordable Care Act can help states expand their integrated housing opportunities for … Continue reading

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Health Update

How Colleges Flunk Mental Health By Katie J.M. Baker / February 11, 2014 11:13 AM EST an: “These Are Crafty People” One night in 2012, alone in his dorm room at Princeton University, Dan downed 20 Trazodone, his prescribed antidepressant. … Continue reading

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Education Update

Project SEARCH 8th Annual Conference Project SEARCH offers one-year school-to-work programs for high school students with developmental disabilities. The conference will include workshops, trainings and networking opportunities for students and for employers of all kinds. Learn more about the agenda. Register online.   NCD Letter … Continue reading

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