Aldermen Propose Changes To Improve Management, Staffing At City Mental Health ClinicsSome Chicago aldermen, mental health workers and others are proposing a new way for the city to help those who need psychological or psychiatric treatment, reports WBBM Political Editor Craig Dellimore.
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Mental Health Workers, Clients Protest Closing Of North Side Clinic Employees and clients are demanding answers after the clinic announced it was abruptly closing its doors on May 31.
Experts: Pilots Reluctant To Disclose Mental IllnessCBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot takes a look at the stigma surrounding mental health in the airline industry.
How To Beat The Winter Blues And Avoid Cabin FeverWinter is all fun and games…until after New Years’ Eve.
Patrick Kennedy Hosting Mental Health Conference In ChicagoThe son of the late U.S. Sen. Ted Kennedy and nephew of President John F. Kennedy was in Chicago Thursday for an all-day conference on the topic of how we treat -- or in many cases, fail to treat -- mental illness.
Baffoe: Sorry You’re Not Sorry, Brandon MarshallMarshall's press conference missed the mark Thursday, writes Tim Baffoe.
Some Video Games Could Be Part Of Mental Health Treatment, Researchers SayAccording to the National Institutes of Health, nearly 15 million Americans suffer from major depressive disorder and 40 million from an anxiety disorder.
Baffoe: I See Alonzo Spellman In Aldon SmithMaybe we should be quicker to help troubled 49ers pass rusher Aldon Smith than to criticize him.
Group Wants Referendum Asking State For More Money To Treat Mentally IllA group of politicians, ministers and mental health experts stood on the Cook County Jail grounds this morning and proposed a referendum for the November 2014 ballot.
Inside Look: Cook County Jail's Mental Health DormFor many, the only psychiatric care they ever get is when they are incarcerated. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.
Feds: We Can Treat Jackson Jr. Behind BarsFederal prosecutors are challenging the contention by defense attorneys that Jesse Jackson Jr. should spend less time in prison because a lengthy sentence would cause his fragile mental health to deteriorate.