Mental Health Tag

Co-published with NewsweekSo many veterans who leave the tangle of war end up on America's streets, still fighting daily for their survival.

Co-published with the Chicago ReaderI want choice, not a fistful of unhelpful options from the cruel system we make poor people navigate to access health care.

Co-published with The Double Shift Podcast. It's been a year since the COVID shutdowns. A single mom in Oxford, MS shares her moving story on what the …

Co-published with the Los Angeles Review of Books. Jennifer Michael Hecht relates George Wileman's new photo series to thoughts of pandemic isolation and the specter of …

Co-published with The CrisisFor the one in five Black people who were already living with mental health issues, the COVID-19 crisis has upended the normalcy that …

Co-published with Erie News Now. During COVID-19, there is concern that the suicide rate may increase due to stress, anxiety, and other factors.

Co-published with The Independent. A friend whose usual co-payment for antidepressants was 90 cents was recently told by his pharmacist to pay $159.

Co-published with Document JournalThe photographer captures the human faces of America's male suicide crisis while confronting the socio-economic factors behind it.

Co-published with Here & Now. Amy Silverman's daughter Sophie wants to be a dance teacher. But opportunities for meaningful employment for people with intellectual disabilities are …

Co-published with Slate. Among homeless people, PTSD is widespread and widely overlooked.

Co-published with The Guardian. Teaching was my dream job. But how would students react to a professor who could barely keep his life together?

Co-published with CurbedFor many families like mine—with members who are on the spectrum or have other sensory or mental disorders—parks and playgrounds are vitally important.

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