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Mental Health Major Concern Says U.S. Conference of Mayors

2023-06-12T13:25:28-05:00

The U.S. Conference of Mayors, consisting of 1,400 mayors in cities with over 30,000 people, announced that mental health conditions were the leading cause of concern in their towns. Most mayors cited the lack of resources to send people to when an individual with a mental health condition reached out [...]

Mental Health Major Concern Says U.S. Conference of Mayors2023-06-12T13:25:28-05:00

Wisconsin Has Best Mental Health in the Nation in 2023

2023-02-27T17:42:01-06:00

People in Wisconsin have reason to celebrate the state of mental health help in our state. While there will always be room for improvement, Wisconsin once again tops the State of Mental Health in America 2023 list as the state with the best mental health because of its overall placing when many factors are [...]

Wisconsin Has Best Mental Health in the Nation in 20232023-02-27T17:42:01-06:00

Governor Evers Declares 2023 The Year of Mental Health in Wisconsin

2023-01-30T17:33:30-06:00

On January 24, 2023, Governor Tony Evers delivered his State of the State address, during which he declared 2023 the Year of Mental Health. Furthermore, he described mental health in the state as a burgeoning crisis and asked the legislature to approve $270 million in the Kids Get Ahead program. He also asked the [...]

Governor Evers Declares 2023 The Year of Mental Health in Wisconsin2023-01-30T17:33:30-06:00

Beat Blue Monday

2023-01-13T13:46:54-06:00

Blue Monday is the third Monday of January. While initially conceived by a British travel agency as a publicity stunt, researchers believe that there are reasons that people feel particularly sad on this day. Often, when credit card bills from Christmas arrive, there is limited daylight, and people realize that they have already broken [...]

Beat Blue Monday2023-01-13T13:46:54-06:00

Black Suicide Rates Climb

2023-01-13T13:16:15-06:00

In Milwaukee County, black individuals had the highest suicide rate in 2022, according to data released by the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office. This follows a national trend that experts with the Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health. Factors Causing Black Suicide There are three overwhelming reasons that blacks commit a higher rate [...]

Black Suicide Rates Climb2023-01-13T13:16:15-06:00

Wisconsin Ranks High Nationally for Mental Health Care

2023-01-10T11:08:19-06:00

Wisconsin Tops Nation for Mental Health Care Wisconsin ranks best in the nation for mental health across all segments. According to the latest report by Mental Health America, the state ranks  7th overall, 2nd in the country for adult mental health care, and eleventh in the nation for youth mental health care. While not [...]

Wisconsin Ranks High Nationally for Mental Health Care2023-01-10T11:08:19-06:00

Little Things Matter Campaign – January

2024-04-17T15:11:37-05:00

Little Things Matter Campaign The Health, Safety and Environment National Office of Suicide Prevention of Ireland and 25 other international mental health organizations have named January Little Things Matter Campaign to remind people that mental wellbeing is essential. The campaign includes specific things to do in January. Check Your Own Mental Health The campaign [...]

Little Things Matter Campaign – January2024-04-17T15:11:37-05:00

World Mental Health Day: October 10th, 2022

2022-10-10T18:00:49-05:00

  World Mental Health Day 2022 has the theme of Make World Health for all a Global Priority. October 10th is declared mental health day by the World Health Organization annually. The World Health Organization's goal is that everyone has access to mental health services by 2030, regardless of where they live in the world. [...]

World Mental Health Day: October 10th, 20222022-10-10T18:00:49-05:00

New TMS Center To Treat Help Treat Resistant Depression in Greater Milwaukee

2022-09-26T11:31:35-05:00

Here is a link to a press release announcing the opening of WIN TMS within 3 American Behavioral Clinic locations in Greater Milwaukee & Oak Creek: https://world.einnews.com/pr_news/wisconsin/592856292/new-tms-center-to-treat-help-treat-resistant-depression-in-greater-milwaukee Here is a link to the WIN TMS website: https://wintmstherapy.com/

New TMS Center To Treat Help Treat Resistant Depression in Greater Milwaukee2022-09-26T11:31:35-05:00