Greetings, NAMI Connecticut Members, Partners and Friends.
The recent articles below cover issues relevant to Connecticut’s mental health community:
A ‘glimmer of hope’ seen on opioids
The CT Mirror - www.ctmirror.org - October 8, 2017
A New Generation Of Therapists Is Fighting Asian-American Mental Health Stigma
The Huffington Post - www.huffingtonpost.com - October 10, 2017
Advocates Rush To Save Healthcare Programs For Low-Income Residents
The CT News Junkie - www.ctnewsjunkie.com - October 10, 2017
Americans Living In Rural Areas Are More Likely To Die By Suicide
The Huffington Post - www.huffingtonpost.com - October 9, 2017
Connecticut Congressional Delegation Announces $750,000 in New Federal Funding to Prevent Youth Substance Abuse
Office of Senator Richard Blumenthal - www.blumenthal.senate.gov - September 29, 2017
Ketamine Found to Reduce Suicidal Thoughts in Depressed Patients
Psychiatric News - www.alert.psychnews.org - October 3, 2017
NAMI Launches StigmaFree Company Video
NAMI - www.nami.org - October 5, 2017
Sesame Street Launches Series Of Videos To Help Kids Cope With Trauma
Scary Mommy Blog - www.scarymommy.com - October 7, 2017
Teenage suicide is extremely difficult to predict. That’s why some experts are turning to machines for help.
Washington Post - www.washingtonpost.com - September 26, 2017
The One Thing Jimmy Kimmel Got Wrong in His Monologue About the Las Vegas Shooting
The Mighty - www.themighty.com - October 4, 2017
This teen's app stops cyberbullying, and she's just one innovator in this competition.
Upworthy - www.upworthy.com - October 2, 2017
Why Are More American Teenagers Than Ever Suffering From Severe Anxiety?
New York Times Magazine - www.nytimes.com - October 11, 2017
And on a lighter note:
If you have a suggested article, blog or video for our next edition, please send it our way.
Sincerely, Thomas Burr
Communications Manager - NAMI Connecticut
Please Note: The views expressed in the above articles, video’s etc., solely represent the views of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of NAMI Connecticut, it’s members, partners and/or affiliates.