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LA Department of Mental Health, Mega-day of Stakeholder Engagement Events, 7/25

July 11, 2019

The Mental Health Commission and the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (LACDMH) will be hosting: A Free Day of Public Engagement Events  Los Angeles Trade Technical College (LATTC) Cafeteria (Sage Hall) 400 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90015 Thursday, July 25, 2019 Events Schedule: 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. – Registration and Light Breakfast more »

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Current, Relevant, Noteworthy, & Informative Articles on Mental Illness Son found in ditch dies; mother held. Supporting Wellness: Initial Findings from a Survey of Lived Experience and Research Priorities of Depression and Bipolar. Genome-wide meta-analysis of depression identifies 102 independent variants and highlights the importance of the prefrontal brain regions. 07/11/2019 Each weekday the  NAMI Glendale more »

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July 10, 2019

Current, Relevant, Noteworthy, & Informative Articles on Mental Illness Mental illness is complex – yet patients are often left to manage their own brain.  Increasing Access to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis.  People with Depression or Bipolar Disorder Want Better Treatment and Care. 7/10/2019 Each weekday the  NAMI Glendale Advocacy Team publishes a selection of worthy more »

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July 9, 2019

Current, Relevant, Noteworthy, & Informative Articles on Mental Illness Los Angeles County Provides Strong Oversight of Mental Health Programs What Is Anosognosia? Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s Behavioral Health Barometer. Novel psychotropic agent improves symptoms in schizophrenia   A machine learning approach to predicting psychosis using semantic density and latent content analysis   7/9/2019 Each weekday the  more »

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July 3, 2019

Current, Relevant, Noteworthy, & Informative Articles on Mental Illness Los Angeles County Provides Strong Oversight of Mental Health Programs How Prevalent is Mental Illness Among Older Adults? Treating Bipolar – 1 and 2 – Disorders 7/3/2019 Each weekday the  NAMI Glendale Advocacy Team publishes a selection of worthy links to current, relevant, noteworthy, informative writings on more »

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July 2, 2019

Current, Relevant, Noteworthy, & Informative Articles on Mental Illness A judge is accused of dismissing mental illness. These lawyers want him off their cases. Meth addiction is an epidemic, and it’s complicating the homeless relief effort After Months of Contentious Arguments, S.F. Passes Mental Health Conservatorship Bill  7/2/2019 Each weekday the NAMI Glendale Advocacy Team publishes more »

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July 1, 2019

Current, Relevant, Noteworthy, & Informative Writings on Mental Illness How to support a depressed partner while maintaining your own mental health. A new push aims to bring mental health and addiction into the 2020 campaign conversation. 11 Slam Poetry Videos That Get Real About These 5 Mental Illnesses. In Wake of Homeless Crisis, State to Audit more »

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Current, Relevant, Noteworthy, & Informative Writings on Mental Illness

June 28, 2019

Current, Relevant, Noteworthy, & Informative Writings on Mental Illness AP Investigation: Many US jails fail to stop inmate suicides. Mental Illness, Suicide, and the Criminal Justice System. Mississippi’s Mental-Illness Policies Are Working. DOJ Is Challenging Them. Auditor: State should redirect $15M in mental health, addiction money. 6/28/2019 Each weekday the  NAMI Glendale Advocacy Team publishes a more »

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Current, Relevant, Noteworthy, & Informative Writings on Mental Illness

June 27, 2019

Current, Relevant, Noteworthy, & Informative Writings on Mental Illness LA Mental Health Commission to Address Homeless Count 2019. Responding To Bipolar Psychotic Symptoms. Stigma and sense: Understanding difference between mental health and mental illness. 6 Weird Mental Health Studies It’s Hard to Believe Got Published.  6/26-27/2019 Each weekday the  NAMI Glendale Advocacy Team publishes a selection more »

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Mental Health Commission to Address Homeless Count 2019.

June 26, 2019

The Los Angeles County Mental Health Commission (MHC) is poised to address proposed policy changes and initiatives around homelessness and mental health.  The MHC will be examining the results of the latest Countywide Homelessness Count during its next regular meeting on Thursday, June 27th.  This has become a matter of increased urgency as this year’s more »

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