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A new school year can bring Anxiety

As the carefree summer days draw to a close, families begin to anticipate the beginning of the new school year. For some students this brings excitement but for others feelings of anxiety. More...

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Space now available - Adult Group Home

Graham Home provides housing to adults with mental health disabilities. Are you a family member looking for a safe, enriching, supportive environment for your loved one? Look no further. Come join our family. More...

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Injectable Antipsychotic Meds Could Help Many

Too few patients and family members are aware they can opt for injectable psychotropic medication rather than a daily pill. Often people diagnosed with bipolar, depression, schizophrenia or other disorders find this option beneficial. More...

 
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Real life stories

Our clients and their families share their stories in their own words because they want others to reach out for help. More...

The Science of Being a Dad

Having a father around can and does change a child's brain and physical chemistry, according to Paul Raeburn, author of the new book "Do fathers matter? What Science is telling us about the parent we've overlooked." More...

Gracepoint executive national practitioner of 2014

Roaya Tyson, is 2014 Practitioner of the Year for the National Council on Behavioral Health. See the YouTube video from the National Council. More...

A must-watch 60 Minutes on mental illness

How many of the recent mass shootings in the U.S. were preventable tragedies, symptoms of a failing mental health system? Steve Kroft reports. More...

 
 
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One Stitch at a time
People with several anxiety or other mental health problems find that quilting helps them focus on the positive. More...

Start School Later for Older Kids, Pediatricians Urge
U.S. high schools and middle schools should start classes later in the morning to allow kids some much-needed sleep, a leading group of pediatricians is urging. More...

State of the Art Review: Eating Disorders in Children, Teens
A new review presents recommendations for the management of eating disorders in children. In addition, other research indicates that there has been a recent increase in the prevalence of eating disorders not otherwise specified who do not meet weight criteria, relative to anorexia nervosa. The review and study have been published online Aug. 25 in PediatricsMore...

No Link Found Between Diverticular Disease, Cancer
Colonic diverticular disease does not appear to be linked to an increased risk of subsequent colorectal cancer, according to research published in the August issue of Clinical Gastroenterology and HepatologyMore...

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