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One Cleveland Family’s Struggle to Find Help During a Mental Health Crisis

March 2, 2018

February 26, 2018 | By Marlene Harris-Taylor Anika (Francis) Williams was in a difficult position. The native Clevelander currently lives in Atlanta but she was concerned about her mother back here. Sakeenah Francis, diagnosed with schizophrenia, had been living a happy stable life. She and her daughter Anika even wrote a book together, about five more »

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Police Train to De-escalate When Engaging People with Mental Health Issues

February 19, 2018

Local officials say Cleveland police are making progress in responding to crisis calls involving people with mental health issues. A report released recently by the Cuyahoga County Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board – the organization overseeing mental health services in Cuyahoga County — points to 8 hours of crisis training completed by more »

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Motherhood And Your Mental Health

February 7, 2018

Meredith Vaughn | Jan. 26, 2018 As soon as her baby was born, Anna felt a change. Something wasn’t right. She feared for her baby’s safety to an extreme degree. She would sit awake, staring at her baby through the night, terrified something would go wrong, and her daughter would die. After feeding, Anna wouldn’t allow herself to more »

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Work Requirements For Medicaid Hurt, Not Help

1/19/2018 | NAMI Across the country, more than 10 million people with mental illness rely on Medicaid, including many who live with severe conditions. Medicaid helps address the nation’s mental health care crisis by paying for services that people need, such as medications, case management, therapy, peer supports, crises and hospital care. Recently, the Centers more »

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