The Crisis Center of Tampa Bay hopes signs it helped install on the Sunshine Skyway Bridge are a lifeline.
The holiday season can be full of celebration, but it can also take a physical and mental toll.
A recent survey asked the age-old question: can money buy happiness? More than half said yes, and here's the price tag for the average American.
Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter is leaving behind a legacy both on a national scale and in the Tampa Bay area. Her lifelong crusade to bring lasting change to mental health treatment is being remembered by local organizations.
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter spent five decades of championing the education, understanding, and normalizing of mental health and substance abuse treatment.
Where you live could have a lot to do with how you feel, according to a recent study.
“A fear of people" – or anthropophobia – was most commonly searched in populous states like California and New York, the report said.
Nearly three million people in Florida have a mental health condition, according to the National Alliance on Mental Health.
Experts call for childhood verbal abuse (CVA) to be formally recognized as a form of emotional abuse.
Millions of Floridian struggle with mental health issues. That's why a new Citrus County Sheriff’s Office campaign is focusing on how mental health and substance abuse issues are often linked to crime.
Two sergeants with the Tampa Police Department put their decades of training to the test one day when they responded to a call about a suicidal subject.
Researchers revealed for the first time a 'cause-and-effect relationship' between the two conditions.
Victoria Silvers remembers her cousin Ryan’s high school graduation like it was yesterday.
Feeling that your work/life dynamic is misaligned? You’re not alone.
It was an unsettling situation when Miami-Dade Police Director Freddy Ramirez was allegedly seen with a gun as he argued with his wife at a Tampa hotel in July. Not long after, he pulled off on I-75 and shot himself in an apparent suicide attempt.
The day’s recognition is a chance to share hope and highlight the ways and resources to preventing suicide deaths, which were at the highest number ever last year in the U.S.
School is back in session and along with the stress of getting back into the swing of going to classes, some students are also dealing with anxiety and other mental health issues.
A new report shows how mental health struggles are impacting Tampa Bay residents’ daily lives.
When it comes to staying social, a game of basketball is just fine with 12-year-old Ronald Peters.
It's now been one year since 16-year-old McKenna Brown took her own life.