Pritzker Signs Bills For First Responders To Better Access Mental Health Services And Strengthening Scott's LawIn addition to strengthening Scott's Law, the state is making mental health services easier to access for paramedics, police and firefighters.
'The Summit Living Room' Coming To LaGrange, Offering Bilingual Mental Health ServicesA new center to help with mental health is coming to the Southwest Suburbs on Thursday.
New Northwestern Quarterback Ryan Hilinski Transfers In From South Carolina, Brings Mission To Give Voice To Mental Health For College AthletesRyan Hilinski is a transfer from South Carolina, and he will have a shot at the starting job with the Wildcats next season.
20-Year-Old's Clothing Line Raises Awareness For Mental HealthJake Lavin lost his schoolmate Nick Spaid to suicide in 2017. Now Lavin is making it his mission to end the stigma behind mental illness through The Happiness Project.
'It Was Like A Gift From God That Came Out Of Nowhere': Mental Health Professionals Grateful For COVID Vaccine"We're looking at about 1,500 appointments a week being available."
Day Of Giving: Red Cross Looks After Mental Health Needs Of Those StrugglingThe work of the Red Cross doesn’t stop after the immediate crisis – the mental health needs of those struggling are just as important.
Community Leaders Calling For Budget Amendment To Fund Mental Health Response ProgramCommunity leaders are calling for a budget amendment to fund a program that world keep police from responding to mental health crises.
Chicago Businesses Launch Nonprofit Offering Police Mental Health SupportA new nonprofit organization launched Thursday called Bank the Blue will offer mental health support programs outside of officers' departments.
Lightfoot: $1.2 Million For COVID-19 Mental Health Project, No Date To Reopen Lakefront"I'm very worried about a spike and a surge in cases when we do open back up. And so we're going to work to try to mitigate against that."
Reverse Wellness Rounding: Looking After The Mental Health Needs Of Medical Professionals During The Coronavirus PandemicDay in and day out, health care workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic are often putting themselves and their families at risk – while they put their own needs and emotions aside.
Isolation During The COVID-19 Pandemic Is Especially Difficult For Those Facing AddictionAt any given time, experts say at least 15% of Chicago area residents are struggling with some type of addiction. Staying sober can be a lot more challenging during the COVID-19 crisis.
Mental Health Providers Turn To Telemedicine During COVID-19 Crisis, But Will Insurance Cover It?“It is new for us, so some of those challenges we’re still trying to mitigate,” said Dr. Caitlin Simpson, director of clinical operations for Footprints to Recovery.
Chicago Police To Get Help With Mental Health Crisis CallsAfter the consent decree last year, following a scathing U.S. Justice Department report in 2016 calling for sweeping changes to CPD and how officers handle mental health issues.
How To Recognize Signs Of And Cope With Holiday Stress And DepressionWhat makes the holidays stressful and how common is holiday stress?
Indiana Awarded $1.2 Million To Fight Opioid Epidemic In Rural AreasIndiana is getting some big financial help to fight the opioid epidemic in rural areas.