Long Island Man Helping Minorities Fight Stigma That Comes With Discussions About Mental HealthLong Island native and author Mike Veny is hoping his book, Transforming Stigma, will help change the way Black Americans view mental health and asking for help.
Many People Experiencing 'FOGO,' Or Fear Of Going Out, As More Places ReopenRecent studies show many Americans are worried about re-entering society after months of isolation.
NJ Therapists Offer Free Zoom Sessions To First Responders, FamiliesThey believe helping to connect first responders with mental health services will absolutely save lives in the long run.
NYC Enlists U.S. Military Experts To Help Front-Line Workers Manage 'Combat Stress'A team of Air Force, Army and Navy service members will share their expertise on combat-related trauma.
Expert: Coronavirus Mental Health Curve Will Take Even Longer To FlattenThe effects on our mental health could be felt long after the coronavirus pandemic ends.
Coronavirus Update: 'Help Is Here,' Nassau Still Offering Mental Health And Substance Abuse ServiceThe Department of Social Services is “100% staffed and functional,” officials said Wednesday morning.
'P.S. I Love You Day' Celebrates Kindness, Aims To Address Crisis In Mental HealthA 23-year-old Long Islander launched the day to teach kids how to get help, to prevent suicide, to recognize depression, to stand up to bullying.
Long Island School Districts Teaming Up With Northwell Health For Teens' Mental HealthSchool shootings and teen suicides are often the result of mental health needs gone unmet, but a new pediatric mental health clinic partnered with Long Island school districts to address the crisis.
Exclusive: NYPD Officer Says Department's Effort To Improve Mental Health, Prevent Suicides Is A Publicity Stunt"If I would have kept my mouth shut, I would have been on the right path like I was before," Oliveras said. He says the NYPD doesn't care about mental health problems; they're all about saving face.
NYPD Suicides: Hospital To Offer Officers Confidential CounselingSo far this year, 10 active NYPD members and two retired cops have died of apparent suicides.
Stop The Stigma: Student Groups, Professionals Pushing To Raise Awareness On Mental Illness TreatmentMental illness affects millions of people in the United States, but it's a topic that can be challenging to discuss.
Experts Call For Greater Focus On Children's Mental Health IssuesStudies estimate that one in every five children suffers from a mental disorder such as anxiety and depression that could impact their health into adulthood.
City Officials Unveil $37 Million Investment To Tackle Mental Illness In NYCThe new $37 million initiative, in partnership with the NYC Crisis Prevention and Response Task Force, is aimed at reducing mental health crises that end in in 911 calls and serious mental illness cases.
NYPD Reviewing City's Mental Health ProgramsMayor Bill de Blasio has ordered the police department to review the programs for 30-days to see what can be done to make them better.
NYPD Suicides: Off-Duty Sergeant Dies After Gunshot To Head, 10th Death This YearPolice sources tell CBS2 an off-duty sergeant was inside his home Tuesday night when it appears the officer shot himself in the head.