Department of Mental Health articles over last 30 days

- articles last 30 days - articles per day
Mentioned in this news Places Companies People
2015/04/21 06:56
2015/04/21 06:56
4h
First Step Recovery, 2737 Youngstown Road SE, is scheduled to open its doors May 5 to those seeking a variety of treatment services. The only facility addicts will be able to find detoxification...
2015/04/21 06:56
2015/04/21 06:56
Latest videos
2015/04/20 18:57
2015/04/20 18:57
16h
New Haven police found 39 businesses in violation of state tobacco sale laws when they sold tobacco to minors during an extensive sting operation and 203 unannounced compliance inspections at stores...
2015/04/20 17:49
2015/04/20 17:49
17h
Some Alabama legislators must think they live in New York or Connecticut or some other state that has high taxes and lots of excess spending in government programs that needs to be cut. That's what...
2015/04/19 11:41
2015/04/19 11:41
1d
The number of institutional fire departments has dwindled to a relative handful as facilities have closed across the country, but the campus emergency unit at the Southbury Training School continues...
2015/04/19 09:53
2015/04/19 09:53
2d
Ohio’s prisons hold 10 times as many mentally ill as its psychiatric hospitals do Rita Greifenstein, a 78-year-old inmate, said that officials “haven’t found the medicine that works for me yet.”...
2015/04/19 09:02
2015/04/19 09:02
2d
Speech therapist Danielle Schwartz opened Day Solutions Inc. in Jefferson City to serve local individuals with developmental disabilities in a new way. Schwartz, who has also operated a...
2015/04/18 02:34
2015/04/18 02:34
3d
The Vermont House gave preliminary approval Thursday to a Senate bill that would prohibit certain criminals and people with severe mental illness from possessing guns. The 79-60 roll call vote on...
2015/04/17 17:24
2015/04/17 17:24
3d
A six-year-old autistic boy in O'Fallon, Missouri, was kept in this cage, according to police. Photo: O'Fallon Police Department St Charles County: The mother of an autistic boy who police found...
2015/04/17 14:32
2015/04/17 14:32
3d
If you need any further proof that video games can be addictive, consider this: a 29-year-old California man has reportedly ruptured a tendon in his thumb and will require surgery after he injured...
2015/04/17 07:58
2015/04/17 07:58
4d
Vt. gun control bill on verge of passage MONTPELIER � The Vermont House gave preliminary approval Thursday to a bill allowing prosecution of some convicted criminals for possession of firearms and...
2015/04/17 07:41
2015/04/17 07:41
4d
Discussions on the Governor’s proposed budget for 2016 and 2017 are in full force, and its cuts to mental health stand in direct contrast to the recently delivered recommendations of the Sandy Hook...
2015/04/16 11:02
2015/04/16 11:02
5d
The Jefferson City Police Department is taking a new approach to incidents stemming from mental illness that could result in more treatment and less incarceration. A little more than three months...
2015/04/15 18:08
2015/04/15 18:08
5d
In a small study, Johns Hopkins researchers found that DNA from the sperm of men whose children had early signs of autism shows distinct patterns of regulatory tags that could contribute to the...
2015/04/15 13:51
2015/04/15 13:51
5d
A new study suggests participation in meaningful social activities may mitigate normal mental declines among seniors. Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health-led researchers found that after...
2015/04/15 06:16
2015/04/15 06:16
6d
Page 2 of 2 - “Without this funding we would have possibly had to reduce even more than we were,” he said. “But with a reduction we’re losing business as well, which lessens our opportunity to...
2015/04/15 00:03
2015/04/15 00:03
6d
One of the inmates, a drug abuser, was diagnosed with schizophrenia. Another, a military veteran, was dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder. A third was self-medicating for schizophrenia and a...
2015/04/14 13:49
2015/04/14 13:49
6d
JEFFERSON CITY (AP) -- Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon's supplemental spending request for the current fiscal year is moving forward in the Legislature despite concerns from lawmakers about allocating...
2015/04/14 09:02
2015/04/14 09:02
7d
When a student has struggled in regular education classes but is high functioning, it might be difficult to create a plan for his next step in life. A new program at Jefferson City High School is...
2015/04/13 22:54
2015/04/13 22:54
7d
This week, Missouri lawmakers are working on the budget for the 2016 Fiscal Year. The senate passed its version of the budget last week. It includes extra funding for several educational programs, but...
2015/04/13 16:32
2015/04/13 16:32
7d
Missouri governor calls for reversal of proposed budget cuts JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon called on lawmakers Friday to reverse "draconian" cuts to social services programs in the...
2015/04/21 06:56
2015/04/21 06:56
Latest from Twitter