July is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month - a time when the spotlight focuses on historically underserved groups. Bay Area counselors told FOX 13 talking about mental health is crucial to healing.
Federal regulators will vote in July on whether to make “988” the number to reach a suicide prevention hotline.
EndeavorRx is a game aimed at improving attention function and symptoms associated with ADHD in 8 to 12-year-olds.
Under "Project Tsukurou," Fishtown's Crown and Feather Tattoo Co. offers free services for self-harm victims who want to turn their scars into art.
The days of passengers bringing their pets on airplanes as emotional-support animals could be ending.
Researchers estimated that a $1 increase to the current state minimum wage could have prevented 27,550 suicide deaths from 1990-2015, according to estimates from a new study published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.
People are pledging to help four young children who became orphans in an act of violence on Christmas Eve.
All Tiffany Mills needs to make a difference is a hammer and some paper signs attached to small wooden posts.
Aaron Carter was visited by police and paramedics at his home Wednesday night who were worried about a possible overdose that was later deemed a false alarm.
National leaders are moving forward with a three-digit hotline for suicide prevention using 988.
The U.S. Postal Service has issued a new fundraiser stamp to benefit veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder.
From the outside looking in, everything seemed relatively OK. However, according to Polk County deputies, 60-year-old Kenneth Layton was fighting a battle he didn't feel like he would win.
It's the new normal. More deputies and officers are dealing with mental health calls. They get so many Pasco County has a new task force to deal
A woman's journey toward physical and mental recovery, for herself and her son, after the Boston Marathon bombing, brought her to create a foundation designed to help those suffering from PTSD.
Threats to harm themselves or others are landing more children in mental health facilities across the state under the Baker Act, and a safety commission said that does nothing to treat the underlying issues.
When it comes to student attendance and mental health, there could be some changes inside Florida's classrooms.