Healing-Centered Schools Task Force Sends Recommendations Addressing Punishment, Trauma At New York City SchoolsLocal leaders put forward recommendations to the New York City Department of Education for finding new ways to tackle trauma students may be facing from the past year and a half.
Breaking The Stigma: CBS2's Cindy Hsu Shares Her Most Personal Story With Dana TylerMental health is extremely personal, and not something many people open up about, but every year, millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental illness.
U.S. Capitol Police K-9 Officer Shares Story Of Finding Help After Capitol RiotThis past week marked six months since the deadly Capitol riot, and only just this weekend, the fencing around the complex came down.
Many EMTs Carrying Trauma From The Height Of The PandemicThe amount of trauma they witnessed was a heavy burden many are still carrying. 
Some Doctors Encourage Those Suffering From Anxiety, Stress To Embrace The Power Of Poetry"When they image the brain when people are listening to poetry, they see changes in the reward circuitry," psychiatrist Dr. Norman Rosenthal said.
Nonprofit Distributes Grants To Help First Responders Get Mental Health Support: 'It's OK To Not Be OK'Multiple local organizations will receive grants totaling $100,000.
COVID Impact: Staten Island Catholic School Using Special Program To Prioritize Students' Mental HealthIt has been a tough year for kids navigating through a pandemic while trying to learn in school or virtually.
Mayor de Blasio: City-Sponsored COVID Vaccination Sites Will Offer Mental Health SupportThe mayor says the program will begin in the coming weeks.
COVID Impact: NYC Schools Hiring Hundreds Of Social Workers, Psychologists To Provide Mental Health Support, Screenings For StudentsAs New York City public schools hope all students return in person this fall, it’s also preparing to address the pandemic’s widespread impact.
Sen. Chuck Schumer Urges Feds To Release $5 Billion To Address Mental Health Problems Stemming From PandemicThe senator says the majority of the federal grants will go to providers who prevent and treat substance abuse and deliver mental health services.
New York City Council Taking On 'Mental Health Deserts' In Communities Of ColorThe recent rash of violent attacks in the city is raising questions about mental illness and crime.