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This report provides further understanding of suicide and recovery from those who have attempted suicide and those who try to help. This publication is part of an ongoing series of dialogues, called Building Bridges, that bring together individuals with lived … Continue reading
Studies on the brain have shown that physical, emotional, or sexual abuse in childhood can impact a child’s developing brain. How? Learn more about childhood trauma’s impact on childhood development and pass it on to observe National Children’s Mental Health … Continue reading
A nationwide survey of substance abuse treatment facilities reveals that in 2008 nearly two-thirds (65 percent) accepted some private health insurance payment. The survey, conducted by SAMHSA, also indicated that there were significant differences in the level of private insurance … Continue reading