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What do you wish people knew about schizophrenia?

July 2, 2020

In this powerful video, Students with Psychosis ( share a compilation of answers from people who are living with schizophrenia to the question, “What do you wish people knew about schizophrenia?”

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Caregiver Burden When Caring for People Experiencing Psychosis 

June 30, 2020

Treatment Advocacy Center, RESEARCH WEEKLY: By Molly Vencel The Treatment Advocacy Center knows how challenging caring for someone with a severe mental illness can be. In a recent blog, staff member Sabah Muhammad shares her story of caring for her brother with severe mental illness. The challenges Sabah, her brother and her family face are not more »

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3 Ways to Care for Your Brain in a Pandemic

June 29, 2020

By Dr. Austin Perlmutter,, June 22, 2020 In the wake of the global spread of the 2019 coronavirus (COVID-19), many of us have started to think more carefully about our health. How can we reduce our risk of infection and of infecting others? How can we improve our immune function? What might the virus do to more »

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Mental illness is a health issue, not a police issue

June 25, 2020, Opinions, By Pete Earley , June 15, 2020 Let’s have this conversation, what do you think, please post to our Facebook page. Pete Earley is the parent designee on the Interdepartmental Serious Mental Illness Coordinating Committee, which advises the federal government about mental health reform. Americans with mental illnesses make up nearly a quarter of those killed by more »

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A Health Concern Made Worse by the Pandemic

June 23, 2020

As published in the, May 7, 2020 During the COVID 19 pandemic, mental health conditions can be significantly worse in individuals.  People fear they, or a loved one, will contract the virus or they will not have sufficient money to pay bills or purchase food, and their levels of anxiety and depression increase. May is more »

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