18 Burst results for "Mental Health Organization"

"mental health organization" Discussed on All In The Mind

All In The Mind

09:33 min | 5 months ago

"mental health organization" Discussed on All In The Mind

"That teens are heavily influenced by their peers will come as no surprise to any parents listening or to anyone who's been a teen for that matter. Typically it's just a bumpy phase. We all move through. But there are instances where this vulnerability to peer influence can lead to serious even tragic consequences. I'm talking about something called suicide contagion. It's a rare phenomenon but it does impact young people in particular. We know. Young people are much more. Susceptible to imitative behavior than adults. Simply because data that personality is still being formed their brain development is still occurring. Their executive functioning isn't necessarily quite as good as adults so they might not have the repertoire problem solving skills that we have as adults Joe Robinson is the head of suicide prevention at origin. The Youth Mental Health Organization based in Melbourne thankfully suicides generally are relatively rare in the population and suicide. Clusters are even more rare. What we found in a study that we did a few years ago is that we looked at suicide. Clusters over it was kind of a three year period and what we found was the were about five or six suicide clusters of young people over that given period across Australia So suicide clustering really accounted for just over five percent of youth suicides so they're relatively rare but they do cause significant distress understandably to communities when they do occur but they are more common in young people than they are in adult so we definitely found that youth suicides are twice as likely to occur as part of a cluster that adults suicides one. Australian case you may have heard about unfolded in the Victorian communities of Casey and Cardini in two thousand eleven and two thousand twelve. The Community is confronting the Stock Reality of suicide in their midst. The suicide of the US twelve young people died by suicide over that period. The SHOCKING DILEMMA OF YOUTH SUICIDE VICTORIAN CORNER DEEMED. It a suicide cluster. Here's how Joe. Describes THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A SUICIDE. Cluster and suicide contagion. Cluster is when we see a number of suicides or as I say a greater number of suicides occurring than we might commonly expect in a particular area will community. When we talk about contagion. We're really thinking that's the mechanism by which cluster Marshall Parades. That one person's behavior is encouraging another person to behave in the same way. After the deaths in Casey Kardinia the Youth Mental Health Foundation head space set up a program to reduce the risk of suicide contagion in schools. It's cold head space school support and Rupert. Saunders worked on it for about a year and a half. He's now a senior clinical advisor at the organization. Yes we were specifically funded to go into a school following a death by suicide. We were primarily providing high level advice and strategy to the leadership within that school so advice on how to talk about suicide safely how to avoid sending the message. That suicide is the solution or how to avoid sending the message. That suicide is something to be ashamed of because we know that those two things increased likelihood of suicide or decreased the likelihood that some of them. We'LL SEE HOW RUPERT SAYS ONE WAY HEAD SPACE CONSIDERS WHO is most vulnerable to suicide. Contagion is by using the circles of vulnerability model. Imagine a ven diagram with three overlapping circles. Each one represents a risk factor. The first is geographical proximity so thinking about people who might witness the death by suicide or people who had recent contact with that young person that died by suicide. The second circle is psychological proximity so this is a concept around cultural association so thinking they might be from the same cultural background has made they might identify his lgbt. Qa Plus and the third circle social proximity looking about relationships here and this could be anything from being on a sporting team. Family member sibling peer in the same year level. Anyone who can be placed at the center of those three circles or risk factors. He's most at risk but we do know is that we can never underestimate how close someone feels to that person so at times it might appear. Someone has no relationship to that person but really. They feel that they've got a very close relationship. Rupert says how a community talks about and reacts to a suicide can also influence behavior. The risk of suicide contagion is probably in the risk for those who might be already sitting with thought suicide It depends on our reaction to a death by suicide so if we think about community the life of someone who has died we setting up memorials or handing out awards or introducing as specific sporting event. In named after that person we may be inadvertedly sending the message that suicide is rewarded in this way and that might increase someone's interest in thoughts of suicide likewise If we react to suicide is something. That is quite shameful or something that we shouldn't be thinking about talking about We're going to shut down the potential for those conversations that might be really vital in supporting help seeking a fee thinking about the cultural and historical connection. We've had to the term of suicide. In the past it's been a crime. Imposs- been perceived as a sin. I think these kind of hangovers in these Stigma can lend us to inadvertedly saying things like you know. They lost their battle to mental health. Three suicide or their pace or they are no longer troubled by those beds. Which I messages. We don't really WANNA be associating with suicide so all of that begs the question. How should we talk about suicide to minimize the risk of contagion? This is Rupert's advice to schools. A my advice was to a perch suicide like any other cause of death so if we're talking about heart disease or cancer or something like that. We can talk about those kind of proactive activities. That can reduce risk of those illnesses. So for our cardio-vascular illness we can be encouraging people to eat healthy exercise reduce their alcohol intake or avoid smoking together But realistically we're talking about how to have saved conversations that present suicide as a factual phenomena but pairing that with help seeking messages. Always so yes. This is a distressing topic. But this is where you can get help while schools are often the focus when it comes to suicide contagion in young people. The Internet can also play a role which makes sense right given what Dr Schweizer described earlier about social media's ability to spread behaviors and attitudes like moral outrage. Recently a case in Norway showed just how suicide contagion can spread online. Here's Joe Robinson from origin. Again there what we saw was a group of young women who appeared to really only be connected I think perhaps some of them had been linked through a psychiatric unit at some point but mainly this group was operating on social media following through hashtags around self harm and an enclosed forums or conversations and what we then saw was these conversations escalated and what we then so is this cluster of suicides where these young women tragically took their own lives having really only been connected through the social media platforms of social media groups and I think this is a relatively. New Phenomenon was the subject of a documentary that was made in Norway last year I'm not poses a real challenge for the sector because it's hard to know how was professionals. We can intervene with these very closed groups. And if you're wondering about the impact of the Popular Netflix. Show thirteen reasons. Why well it seems. The evidence is still inconclusive. One new study found that in the month following. The show's release in two thousand seventeen. It was associated with a twenty eight point. Nine percent increase in suicide rates among Americans aged ten to seventeen. But both Joe and Rupert say there are still a lot of unknowns particularly here in this country because there's been very little research that's been done Interestingly as people will know the chief protagonist that took their own life in the show was a young female interesting the US study showed an increase in young male. Suicides are not young female suicide. It's very hard to know whether or not we can you know. Correlation doesn't necessarily mean causation. But we do know there's enough of a signal there for us to be concerned. Given the right circumstances anyone could have done this. I do think one of the challenges thirteen reasons why in the way it's filmed in created is that it presents the notion that suicide and the death of the central character Hannah Baker. She's there to actually witness the impact on the community and it kind of sends this message. I feel that death is not permanent whereas we know that death is Pam and if people do die by suicide they are not available to see.

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NAMI is bringing awareness to mental health throughout May

Living Healthy Podcast

11:49 min | 1 year ago

NAMI is bringing awareness to mental health throughout May

"Zip welcome to another special edition of the living, healthy podcast. Presented by L A fitness, as we continue bringing awareness to mental health throughout the month of may. We're working with nam e the National Alliance on mental illness, Naomi works year round to de stigmatize mental illness, and educate the public on ways to seek help. Learn more about mental health and get involved with their movement. Our guest today, is Rachel Robbins, manager of PR and external relations at nanny, she's had a very busy month, but we're thrilled to have her on the phone. So please welcome. Rachel robbins. Thank you guys, so much for having me. We are thrilled to be working with LA fitness this month. So I am so happy that we were able to make time to chat. Yeah, thanks for calling in and speaking with us before we get started. Can you actually share a little bit about your background and maybe how fitness has helped impact your life? Sure. So I actually just moved to Washington DC where I'm calling you guys from today. Day from New York City. So I don't know anybody. And I really used fitness as a way to get out and meet people in the community. So that's kind of the way that I. Get for millions with my brain's on taking a walk going to class on going to the gym. Luckily my apartment building has one so so that's been a great way to meet some neighbors on that just really recently is how fitness has impacted my own life. That's really nice. So he's tells a little bit more about what Namiki is what it stands for sure. So mommy is the national lines mental illness as you guys mentioned. And we are the nation's largest grassroots mental Health Organization and our mission is to provide advocacy education support, and public awareness, so that everyone that's affected by a mental illness whether that's individually or if they're supporting a family. Brand or a loved one can get the support and resources that they need to get better. So a little bit of a sidetrack here. But how do you pronounce it? Is it Nambi? Is it now? It sounds like you're saying NAMI. So where do you guys fall on that? So we pronounce it, NAMI. Now me. Okay. Okay. That's official. That's official now. It's nami. Okay. Yeah. Right. Okay. So can you. Let's talk about mental health in general. What is mental health to NAMI and kind of wise it so important that one you wanted to get involved with them, and then also that the organization exists in general. Sure, so mental health can be defined as the way we think feel and how we relate to others on genetics. The way that my brain functions your brain functions. The environment and lifestyle all player role in our mental health and mental health conditions are sometimes referred to as mental illness, and so they're interchangeable, they are common, and they are treatable approximately one in five people in the US, which is forty six point six million adults. Experience a mental illness mcgibbon year. Wow. That's so I that number is always I feel like gotta be so shocking to someone. That's never like thought about it before. Because you're like one in five like just like walk, walk down the island, your office in, like someone there, probably affected by it. Yeah. Yeah. Well, so kind of. It's important because it affects a lot of people, right? But why do you think in recent years, it's kind of gotten more attention and kind of it seems like in the last few years, all of a sudden now, more athletes, and celebrities and people are talking about mental health than they were before it. Why do you think that is? I think that, that's a huge ry reason what you just brought up about celebrities and athletes, no coming out and telling their stories and more awareness. Definitely plays a role. Specially in the media, the more that our media reports on it. There were more TV shows movies songs, whatever the case may be that deal with mental health. The more people are going to be talking to up talking about it. And this is particularly with regards to depression and anxiety. What we found is that the more people that are open to sharing their stories, the less it becomes. And we know the power of personal stories and our NAMI stories, help us, he'll provide us opportunities to participate, and inspire our communities and really encourage people have hoped which relationship. Right. I think that's so great. Honestly, that more people are talking about it. Because then you don't feel alone. You're like, oh, I'm not the only person feel like that. Yeah. It's, it's great what you guys are doing. And that's that's always important to not feel alone. So, and so you guys are really about trying to help people tell their stories in a sense. Absolutely. And that also goes into what our campaign is this may for mental health month. We're doing why care and it goes that core of that storytelling. Why do you care about mental health because why I care may be different than why you care, and so really getting to that personal connection to the cause of making it feel offensive. How would you say that exercise and fitness, you know, plays a role in helping those with mental health conditions? Yes. So we actually have seen studies that have shown that exercise can reducing variety and the Prussian as well as improve mood, it is. However, I just want to be very clear. It is not a substitute for treatment from a mental healthcare professional, right? It's just an addition. Yeah, yeah. However, but as with other health issues, it is recognized as a complimentary form of treatment of overall health and wellness for all mental health conditions. So what we actually saw from a study by the net National Institute of health found that all takes is thirty minutes a few times a week to produce mental health benefits thirty minutes. Seven that's it? Yeah. It's something when you boil it down like that you're kind of, like, yeah, that's okay. I give up one episode of TV show or something for mental health. And if you're really like in a tough spot that really might be worth that, that, I guess, sacrifice so to speak to do that. Would you see me? You watch TV as you're on the right. Yeah. That's right. You gotta find gotta find a way to say that time. What do you say when we're talking about stigmatism to and de-stigmatising mental illness? So what are some of the most stigmatized thoughts people have in society? Like what do you see as the big hurdles with this kind of movement? Yeah. So I think that we get stuck in them and talapity and that separates and isolates individuals it's their problem. It's not my problem when we can change that. And say us we can really chip away at sigma and make a difference ways that we can change. That is just like what we're doing now is having a conversation that is inclusive aware. Onus education really are the key to keeping this movement going on language that is inclusive verse labelling on the wall. It's like that advice can can go so many like can just be like, crawl across the board, right? Yeah. Smart people, caring about others. How do you how do you kinda help change that? How do you guys go about trying to make it more inclusive language like including the us versus them? And they how do you kinda what do you actually do to try and make that happen? Sure. So we operate year round we have our programs that, you know, you can find on our website from January December, but we really amplify in p periods. One of which is may which were in mental health month, also July is minority mental health month in addition to mental illness awareness week, which is the first full week of October. Right. Yeah. Last week or last year we did a weeklong campaign that was the first time Elliott finished got involved with. Campaign and yeah, it did really well like on social media, especially, like we had a lot of positive feedback from our community about how much exercise has helped them and how much they appreciate it us talking about it. So that one. So there's, there's multiple events throughout the year pretty much that try and draw wariness to this cause, and as we speak about exercise, actually, one of the amazing things that NAMI does is we have a mental health walks per gram, which is the largest one in the country et called NAMI watts. It's an almost hundred cities this year for just at ninety nine so it's phenomenal. The way that this program has grown and this year, more than fifty thousand people will join us and walk together to raise awareness of mental illness, and raise funds for the local NAMI affiliate. Which is absolutely incredible. That's great. We actually did it some people from corporate, mental illness. It was great man. We ours was at a angel stadium. So we actually got to go inside the baseball stadium. Yeah. Yes. He really cool. Yeah. So it is fun. The New York one which is actually this Saturday is across the Brooklyn Bridge. So that would be awesome icon of places in bringing people together you to look up some flights. Andrew. Oppy awesome. I've never been to New York. So that would be cool. I have so Rachel where where can people go exactly for help say, like self help group help therapy? Do you have to be diagnosed? I in order to see a doctor. How does the whole process work? Sure. So I saw NAMI has a help line that I encourage anybody who has questions can definitely utilize the numbers. One eight hundred nine five zero six two six four that's one eight hundred nine five zero six two six four for systens and our health line team, can answer questions, specific to a person situation in also can tailor. Their answer is based on where they live soon NAMI has a variety of different programs. We have classes for not only people that have a mental health condition, but also families, and friends, and we have support groups as well and the these stem from support groups for adults for young adults between the ages of eighteen thirty for children and adults scence for families, and all of these support groups in classes. We. Provide at no cost, and there are available in a location by you. Go far from your house, and you can just visit our website, which is NAMI. And A M I dot org, and you can type in your

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"mental health organization" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

09:15 min | 1 year ago

"mental health organization" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Thanks, mike. I have a question I'm turning thirty this summer and hitting the point in my life where I think that I was taking on more of a cartoon interpretation of reality. Do think thirtieth too late to take on and start a new career love love love this question. Mike, and listen if I could reach through the radio airwaves into your heart and say, listen, no, not even a little bit is thirty two old. My goodness. I changed my entire career round at age thirty eight. I was a tenured. Professor, I got tenure at the university of Nevada in Reno. I had a job for life. And I ran a mental Health Organization. I was the clinical director we had several offices throughout Nevada. And I also co founded the center for people convicted of violent crimes in south Lake Tahoe. So at a really a kind of a just a beautiful blessed career, I was doing a lot of different things. But I was travelling a lot I was gone away from home a lot. And so my wife, and I sat down one day and decided like what is it that we really want to do and we were out west and we're both from Pittsburgh. So we decided look with both like to come back home. And, you know, have our daughter grow up around family. So I kind of gave up everything at age thirty eight dropped everything we moved back home. And I started my career from. Scratch, and you know, what I it was the best possible thing I could have ever done. I'm so grateful. I feel so blessed to be in the career that I have and that never would have happened without risk. So I do not think in any way, shape or form. Thirty is too old. I wanna tell you I had a doctoral student out west who was a retired police officer who was pursuing a second career in his sixties to be a counselor. And he was pursuing his PHD was getting his masters degree. And I talked them into getting his doctor, and what an incredible story. I mean, he had an entire career. He retired from that. And then started a whole different career something that he loves and he does really well. And he's doing that even today and he's thriving in that career. I think that we get so caught up in. I like the way you even phrase getting. Caught up in that cartoon world. And the reason why I love that you phrase, it that way is the cartoon world isn't wrong or bad. This is something we are all in from time to time all of us. We all at times believe this is how the world should be. This is what people should be thinking. This is how people should be reacting. I had the laugh, so I do I do YouTube videos, and my YouTube channel you just go to YouTube and type in Dr Christian Conti N T E and you'll see my channel you'll see the different videos. I put out and when you throw yourself out there in public. It's funny because you're gonna get I've been so many different reactions so may differ reactions and a lot of times I just get like the most humbling incredible feedback. I get some of the most kind comments, I'm so grateful. I've heard from people all over the world sending out just and then so I want to be clear, the vast vast majority of things that I hear from people. Our gratitude, and kindness and compassionate. So they're beautiful beautiful things. But every once in a while, you know, you definitely get any time. You put yourself out there at a bigger scale. You're going to hear the negative and they're almost comical because I had someone was just today. I was looking at some of the comments and someone told me how I should have said the video completely differently. I should have done this. I should've. So basically the person watched a video that was made for free and given them to them for free information. And then decided that it wasn't exactly the way he or she wanted the video to be now, I say he or she because the reality is the most people who comment negatively on YouTube are people who do. So from an anonymous perspective anonymous count and might have eggshell for what they're they're. They're picture is and just have a candidate the numbers for a name or something like that. And people who make videos is really interesting because people who make videos are not very critical of people who make other people who make videos because they understand what goes into it. But people who don't do it. They're not they don't understand what goes into it. They are feel very entitled to live in that cartoon wrote. This is what you should have said this is what you should have done. Now. I deviate and say all of that Mike because I say that we all at times get in our cartoon world, we all demand that people be the way we think they should be. And sometimes we demanded of ourselves I should have already pursued this career. So let's say you're thinking in your own mind, you're thinking, well, I should have done this by now or I should have done that. Well, what I would invite you to do is try to stop that should China stop that train of thought. And instead come back to I'm here for a reason, whatever happened in my life, one thing led to another in the story of my life. And now here I am in this. Moment. And the question is what will I do from this moment forward, so Mike? That's what I'm asking. You. What will you do from this moment forward? Now, shifting gears isn't always easy. And I want to be really clear about that. Because when we align our expectations with the cartoon world when we change a career, we say, it should be really smooth. It should be really easy and often times you'll hear people who have already become successful talk about how yes, I took this risk. And now, I became successful. But you don't often hear about it. When people are in the midst of their struggles. But please to be accurate in the real world. There are struggles when you shift what you're doing. And that's okay struggles make us stronger. Look conflict is necessary for growth, and we'll come back. To the most basic analogy of a butterfly coming out of that cocoon, they need to break free of that. And they need to struggle because if you just rip that open for them now, they don't have the strength in those wings, and that might seem like an overplayed analogy, but it's so true. And that's probably why it's overplayed we need to go through conflict we need to go through conflict. And you know, let's think about this in terms of your thirty right now. So let's say you whatever your path is it's going to take you back to school. Let's even say it's a four year degree that you're going to go back for now in four years, you're going to be thirty four. So the question is when you're thirty four will you like where you are? If you haven't changed what you're doing. Or would you like it better? If you would have completed let's say a four year degree because those four years will inevitably come those are absolutely common knows for years. So the. The question is for you. What will you do those four years now, not just for Mike for all of you out there for all of you out there? Think about this today is Monday tomorrow is Tuesday tomorrow will be here. The sun will come up tomorrow. Now, what will you do today that will put you in the position you wanna be in tomorrow and the same is true for a year from now what will you do? Look, I spent the last several months writing this book that I'm so excited for it to come out later on this year. It's my it's my legacy book. It's on yield theory. It's called walking through anger. I can't wait for it to come out. But because I spent so much time writing I put on some weight. And now, I'm in the process of saying, I gotta get back in shape and one of the great things. My wife says to me all the time is let's not look at it. As you have to lose whatever way you wanna lose today. Just think about it over time today, you just wanna take care of today. But. It'll be mindful that the future is coming. So the way you eat the way you exercise is planning ahead for your future, self, Mike. I believe at thirty. You can absolutely do anything you want with your life. I was inspired. My dad actually was an English professor English literature professor and he switched his career up after fourteen or fifteen years being an English professor and then taught science for the rest of his career forty some forty years being a professor so being able to see that role model that things can change that late of a date, and you can have a beautiful career. Like, I said, it's absolutely possible. Mike love your question. Appreciate it so much. Appreciate your comments about the show. I think you can do whatever you want does make the goals. Super crystal clear, if you want to be a part of the show the.

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"mental health organization" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"mental health organization" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"On us. It's always engage. Our fantasy life is always moving always being oriented towards things at Tournus on the kind of incorporated all in. So just hope people do that work just really sit with these parts of try to disown relationship. Do the work of building. True of anticipation, intimacy by sharing that asking retold no some powerful in acknowledging its existence and just standing behind it. Well, I also saw that something I was doing research interview in isolated someone was worked up about you saying that there's no such thing as sexual addiction is that. It is accurate people. Get mad like you're saying, you don't believe in that. And they're mad about it. Is that right? This is this is one of the topics that tends to burn the out the most like because it's the one that creates the biggest battle. There's so many sides to it, and I guess to down it's just clinically. I was raised doing sex addiction works so spent four years getting trained under the forefathers field in the big names that they four who still run a treatment centers and write the books, and so I'm very familiar with who they are Jerry where all these things came from a very wide than doing. This work is important, and I'm not denying people struggled sexuality, Mike. God. I am all about hilly. Killing people. It's just the model we use as problematic because when we use that word sex addiction, which is not appropriate were used for sexuality because you can't be digits a sex just like you can't be dicta to breathing. It's something as point out early. That's always operating on us, the model treatment becomes quite sexually animal sick, and really really really doesn't problematic things in it also chains of sex. So I get burnt out because I've written so many professional articles about it. I tell people I'm not going to sit here in Twitter and explain what you published go. Go read my articles, but you You know, know, bigger. bigger than that was in them, you know, trucks, alcohol, which are true addiction. People can't stop and they'll show up to work to parties. Today's my office drunk or. Hi, we have never seen someone in Starbucks masturbating because they can't stop. We've never I've never gone this my waiting room. There's someone having sex on the couch. They're waiting because they can't stop. It's just hard to stop. But we do. That's what you don't see it happening out the world. It's very difficult. It's compulsive. And so I with that I work with that that come into my office. It's it's truly the model treatment that attacking right? And yet you dared till I have nuance about your understanding admit desperately inconvenient. They wanted to be black white. Right. Totally. And again, you know, the people who are making money off this treatment don't wanna lose that they're very expensive treatment centers. And I always point out also just in closing up, this topic that every single every single mental Health Organization has rejected it and it's just so bold. Patronizing these random people to go up against the research of the diagnostic manual, the insurance companies can psychological association, the sex therapy certification like all day days. We've done the work. It's not the right word to use an people that are like y'all know better just decided on my drive here pulled it out of my ass. I just don't even like, you know, do the work..

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"mental health organization" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"mental health organization" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"I drew what are you thinking about what's important things thinking about one is toxic masculinity. Apparently. Now that's been masculine has been deemed a toxic toxic psychological construct harmful demand. Are we dispelling that no gut now officially by the American psychological association, some some mental health group who will one day eat their words because it's really just taking a position on qualities of human nature is I never seen anything. Like that before. It's the American psychological. So. Yeah. Yeah. Tradit deemed it harmful toxic masculinity. Lenny's traditional masculinity officially deemed harmful. The headline of this article. It's too much it, well, whatever they listen, mental health organizations have made horrible horrible mistakes for many most most of their three hundred year history taking terrible terrible things. Well, Ruben proven Vive very including things like calling homosexuality. Pathology isn't it like the food pyramid? Like in eat, grains. He start every day with a loaf of bread and porridge in cut up an Anna. Then there's fruit and grains like now. No all wrong on hundred percent wrong thousand fucking percents wrong. Thank you export s- shut the fuck up the up because you know, what the fuck you're talking about. And look no further than a rich history of being wrong. Yes. And now we're supposed to listen. That's the part. I like I like where I listen you. Now, the here's what you should listen to when they express humility, look, I don't know we've been wrong many many times before maybe one day. This will be proven to be something that's problematic. But right now, we can't position on a social construct. Are you kidding me? Yeah. Well. How much toxic macula toxic Omaha beach. It's what you need in the circumstance where it is. And I mean come on now come on now. Look when we when we step back and look at what's going on. It's the feminization of our culture that's fucking at all up as we speak. Checks and balances people women act like women men act like men and things are pretty Copacetic. We all take shift one direction or the next. We're gonna mean trouble. We we. I think we could all agree. Came out with this Kochta reward and psychological APA APA. How about you? Listen to this guy who was put on Akkad Emmett probation junior colleges guy when I hear from if we all took a shift toward toxic masculinity men and women can we all just let's just say half, the country's men have two countries women, if we all got the women to start acting more like men, you would label that a disaster. Yes. APA because it's toxic. Right. Okay. If we start getting the half of the populace that are men to start acting like women that she'll also be a disaster. What behaving more healthy apps a fucking Lutely? There's a reason look I drew we'd like to talk about polar bears. I think we can agree of all the polar bear males. Just started doing the roles and acting as if they were female. That'd be that would impact negatively the polar bear population. Yeah. For polar bears. Yes. It shelby. A problem with us to it is a problem with us. It's currently a problem with us. No one wants to talk about it. Because people don't like to be shouted down or called close-minded or you know, heretics thugs or. Sexist racist, or whatever. But. My family. Would be devastated. If I started acting like my wife, we'd be destroyed in a matter of seconds. Me that Gary be good with that though, the active where we'd have no jobs through the Renault. Jenin? We nothing we'd be ruined immediately. If I basically just went, hey, whatever Lynette does I'm right with her. Now, we'd be bad. We read marginally inconvenience if she acted like me all the time. So it's a two way street. I'm saying what works best with my family for my kids and society is my wife acting like she acts and me acting like by AC that's how it works which you don't want is to people laying in bed and here window break the middle of night and each one we're trying to push out of bed to go. Find out what happened you go downstairs. No, you go downstairs..

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"mental health organization" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"mental health organization" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Store, and he's calling for Google and Amazon to do the same my colleague, Alex Richardson campaign away in Beijing. What the problem was? I think that this app is dangerous number one they're targeting LGBT use and they're saying horrible things about LGBT people. And we know this leads dire consequences for young people who are gay or lesbian bisexual or transgender. I mean, this will you say horrible things they say th- there saying the things which thousands of years of biblical ministry. Telomeres is the truth. Don't like it. But they say it's all right thousands of years of the bible and the way people have interpreted led to all kinds of horrible consequences, including slavery, anti-semitism and homophobia as well as sexism. I don't think that's an excuse for demeaning and dehumanizing LGBT people in two thousand eighteen what they're doing is rejected by every medical mental Health Organization in the world. Okay. Whether you agree with their viewpoint on art in a new clearly don't they still have a right to make that point and actually to try and stop the making their point by banning their up. Does does feel a bit like censorship while they don't have a right absolutely zero right to practice therapy when they're not qualified to do. So and if you read on their app what they were doing is. They are and again unqualified to do so are using therapeutic techniques and talking about healing people. And they're not doctor so actually there they don't have a right to do that. And repair to therapy is banned in fifteen states in the u. US and the district of Columbia because it's recognized to be so harmful. Dr caitlin. Ryan who has studied this extensively is written about it said that LGBT jeans who experience negative feedback or eight times, we're likely to attempt suicide and six times is horrible to severe depression, three times more likely use drugs, but I keep going back to you disagree with it. But but other people have found what they contact that. They put four other people have found it useful. You look at their website there people who say that they used to have lives that were blighted by things that they didn't like that. They were oppressed by their sexuality they found this that they were better. Who are you to say that they shouldn't they should talk to people? Well, I'll tell you who I am on the person who has photographed many of these people who said they've changed enga- bars. I'm the person who is out of Dan, when I'm telling you based on facts that those who have said they have changed you're only doing so because of persecution and they've been stigmatized and the pressured into saying they have chain. But my my point I come back to it is that you don't agree with what they say. But in the end isn't this about people be able to go out and make up their own minds because the alternative is that apple and Google and Amazon are going to be required. If what you say is corrected took to go through every every app that someone wants to put up go through it and decide whether or not someone might be offended by it. And then take it down surely people in the real world can make up their own mud's, apple and Google and the rest of their should take more responsibility. You know, we have seen the internet turned into a cesspool with Russia. Interference. We've seen fake ads and fake news. That have come down. We have seen the all kinds of hate groups organizing, and you know, what? No it shouldn't be debated. Whether LGBT people have a right to exist. These major companies should not provide platforms for hate. And when somebody's white to exist and the very existence is questioned whether it's Jews whether it's women, whether it's gays whether it's racial minorities. No that is nothing. We should be debating anymore as an executive director of truth wins out talking to Newsday's, Alex Ritz. And that's it for today. Back tomorrow. Kony.

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"mental health organization" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"mental health organization" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Carol Kane spoke with Ryan leper, the CEO central city inter- integrated health on this week's edition of Michigan matters, he community mental Health Organization and in two thousand fourteen we became a federally qualified health center and FQHC and so we're really delivering integrated care to the lower income population. Helping the community we we went from seeing thirty to forty thousand encounters about three or four years ago. Now, we're up to about one hundred thousand encounters we've essentially doubled in size. We also have kind of reshaped. How healthcare is being delivered. So we wrap a care team around each consumer. Well, so that may consist of a primary care physician a dental. Dr psychiatrist housing employment. So we do everything we're we're offer a broad array of things the difference. I think with us and what we're really trying to do is. We're really trying to also redefine what healthcare means. And so what I mean by that is employment, for instance, employment to us as healthcare, and if you have diabetes, you can call into our clinic, and you can get treated for that condition. But if you don't have a job where you can buy healthy food. It doesn't really matter. The same flipside housing is healthcare to us. So if you have a ear infection, and you come into our clinic, we can treat you for that. But if you go sleep on a bench and February it doesn't really matter. So all of it is kind of all encompassing. And I think we're one of the first organizations do all of these pieces. You also changed your name, you weren't on Detroit's central city, mental Health Organization to change your name flex some of these changes. How long have you been with the organization better since two thousand fourteen? Okay. So you mentioned. About housing. And I know we're we're showing some video showing some things Charlotte apartments, helping to have more affordable housing, which is such a huge need and our city here and tells a little bit about that project. So that project was done for with a veterans preference. And we wanted to do something unique in different, you know, when you think of affordable housing, you you you think of kind of a run down building something not as nice, I wanna do a building literally you could plop in Birmingham, Michigan, and it would fit. So when you come into this building. I it's very upscale for lack of a better word that has all the features the stainless appliances, granite countertops. And it really kind of put us on the martyr on the map for affordable housing. We had Ben Carson come into or this facility because it was done so nicely. And he told me now. Arguably one of the nicest housing develops he's ever seen in the country. Well, and you have other developments that you're doing as well as we'd help as well, right? Yes. We have we have existing buildings on Clinton house apartments, which is just north of grand boulevard. We're doing a building right now called Saint Rita, which is a historic project on thirty five Owen street about a half mile north of the boulevard as well. That's a six story building very architecturally pleasing from the exterior like they used to make the buildings in the early nineteen hundreds and this is going to be done around probably for the holidays. So we're going to kind of do a home for the holidays type theme with it. And I know we have giving Tuesday coming up here as well. You've got things going on with that as well. Don't you? Yes, we do. So with with that we're trying to really when consumers move into these apartments. Let me move into a two hundred thousand dollar unit when prior to that they were homeless shelter. So it's a very there's an overwhelming experience for them. One of the things that we noticed right off the get go is that they may move in and be very excited, but they don't have any furniture. They don't have any just normal household item. So when someone contributes to us for you know, hope for the holidays, that's what we're using it for and where he word buying furniture. We're getting them the essential things that they need just to go about normal life normal living. That's Ryan leper from central city integrated health on CBS, sixty two's, Michigan matters, the former president of Michigan State University expected in court today. Newsradio nine fifty czar Huber has a preview former MSU president Luana..

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"mental health organization" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"mental health organization" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Carol Kane spoke with Ryan leper, the CEO of central city integrated health this week's edition of Michigan matters. We're a legacy community mental Health Organization and in two thousand fourteen we became a federally qualified health center enough qh see, and so we're really delivering integrated care to the lower income population. Helping the community we we went from seeing thirty to forty thousand encounters about three or four years ago. Now, we're up to about one hundred thousand encounters we've essentially doubled in size. We also have kind of reshaped. How healthcare is being delivered. So we wrap a care team around each consumer. So that may consist of a primary care physician a dental. Dr. Psychiatrist housing employment. So we do everything we're we're offer a broad array of things the difference. I think with us and what we're really trying to do as we're really trying to also redefine what healthcare means. And so what I mean by that is employment, for instance, employment to us healthcare. You know, if you have diabetes, you can come into our clinic, and you can get treated for that condition. But if you don't have a job where you can buy healthy food. It doesn't really matter. The same flipside housing is healthcare to us. So if you have air infection, and you come into our clinic, we can treat you for that. But if you go sleep on a bench in February, it doesn't really matter. So all of it is kind of all encompassing. And I think we're one of the first organizations do all of these pieces. You also changed your name you weren't on Detroit's central city, mental Health Organization change your name reflect some of these changes, how long have you been with the organization since two thousand fourteen. Okay. So you mentioned about housing, and I know we're showing some video. In showing some things Charlotte apartments, helping to have more affordable housing, which is such a huge need and our city here and tell us a little bit about that project. So that project down for with a veterans preference. And we wanted to do something unique in different, you know, when you think of affordable housing, you you you think of kind of a run down building something not as nice, I wanna do a building literally you could plop in Birmingham, Michigan, and it would fit. So when you come into this building. I it's very upscale for lack of a better word that has all the features stainless appliances, granite countertops. And really put us on a martyr on the map for affordable housing. We had Ben Carson common tour this facility because it was done so nicely. And he told me arguably one of the nicest housing develops he's ever seen in the country. Well, and you have other developments that you're doing. Well, we'd help as well. Right. Yes. We have we have existing buildings on Clinton house apartments, which is just north of grand boulevard. We're doing a building right now called Saint Rita, which is a historic project on thirty five th street about a half mile north of the boulevard as well. That's a six story building. It's very architecturally pleasing from the exterior like they used to make the buildings in the early nineteen hundreds and this is going to be done around probably for the holidays. So we're going to kind of do a home for the holidays type theme with it. And we have giving Tuesday coming up here as well. You've got things going on with that as well. Don't you? Yes, we do. So with that we're trying to really when consumers move into these apartments. Let me move into a two hundred thousand dollar unit prior to that they were homeless or they're saving on a shelter. So it's a very there's an overwhelming experience for them. One of the things that we noticed right off the get go is that they move in and be very excited, but they don't have any furniture. They don't have any just normal household item. So when someone contributes to us for you know, for the holidays, that's what we're using it for and where you were buying furniture. We're getting them the essential things that they need just to go about normal life. Normal living Ryan leper from central city integrated health on CBS, sixty two Michigan matters pistons win and Tom Brady sets another NFL record sports coming up next WSB Jaas time one fourteen. Orlando international airports radio station is designed with travelers in.

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"mental health organization" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"mental health organization" Discussed on Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

"To have talk a little bit about how do we deal with the trauma? How do we deal with this? Because I know I'm not the only one we're not the only ones who are dealing with this. You know in in my line of work. Now, we are dealing with that very thing the trauma, these tragedies in particular, even in particular with the gun violence reviver 's. There's no way you can understand the internal trauma. That it wreaks on the individuals that are suffering suffering from the gun violence, and then even the people that love them and the people that are in their communities and their families. There are not enough organizations in the country that are dealing with the mental crisis of gun violence. You know, we have organizations for alcoholics anonymous, we have organizations for breast cancer awareness. We have organizations for people that are suffering PTSD, you know, because are victims of war having gone to war. But we don't have any viable means for people that need self care with the internal mental physical traumas that they suffer from with gun violence. I would call upon the mental health community to really take apart in creating safer spaces for people to get healing because that's just not being offered right now. And the tendency for most people say as wall, okay that tragedy that was that tragedy and people go on with their lives, and they move on you know, and. The next story in the media just goes right onto the next story, but the tragedy the continuing tragedy is the, you know, the broken lives that the people that are suffering this every single day, and there is no community help. No community forum. No medical help for them there there. There's no mental Health Organization.

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"mental health organization" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"mental health organization" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Facts that orientated in many if not most cases modifiable and indeed changeable, given the right motivation treatment plan at their technologies that are currently available. He wrote. Okay. But as human rights campaign posts out therapy was has been rejected by every mainstream medical and mental Health Organization. That's also the thing they do. Right. They go. There's a plethora of just science and knowledge and research. Can you leave me alone? Oh. Can you show me from what what what is action? Should I be reading this scientific research wrong? I mean, there's there's a lot out there. It's just, you know, a lot of experts that agree who don't say who are these experts. Who who would I who the expert of? There's a lot of them are main like where would I even begin? It's just so so many experts there when you start. Yeah. But yeah, it's just crazy today. They do that shit. And then especially because there be can lead to depression, anxiety, drug use homelessness as suicide and then normally subjecting the Niners to this there. Because those are the people still their parents care, and the parents can force them to go to these things. So no. All right. Let's see. What else we got here? Shit a student. Threaten to bomb. His high school to cleanse it of LGBTQ hits. I wonder if anything has happened lately in the world that would Imboden someone to to think like that probably not right? Biologists. Total coincidence. Yeah. Probably long wolf situation. Yeah. We'll always go round. Yeah. Yeah. It'd be a white male to. Okay, anyway. A South Carolina teenager has been charged with making a bomb threat against school. Simply name LGBTQ students as targets is. Okay. Do you not understand bombs would work anyway? Okay. Donna, Logan guy. Raffard does a lot of nays Jonathan Logan guy. Radford eighteen allegedly tweeted that he wanted to claim Brian's beer, barns gonna say barns. High school in duck in South Carolina. LGBTQ people the ultimate clans of all anti straight and non Christians what happened today eighteen James f buyers high school he said, the tweet is no longer publicly available. He also said a private message to another student like I said, I know I've seen you at bars. And also, no you and your little group of like, why did this article move the of friends are part of the LGBT, and I hate to LGBT community. So I plan on bombing and shooting up your school today to everyone. That's not straight or Christian police said as employees reported to the police at the several students at seen them the police believe that the person how to using the fake name. So they contacted Twitter got the peer dress, which implicated Radford didn't know you could do that. The police executed a search warrant at his residence and cops get is fall. Oh, well, thank God. They got the phone. He did admit to making the threats. He was charged on October nineteenth. Okay. All right. Well, I guess is good today. Got him. You know, that's good. And they took the threat seriously and glad Twitter didn't try to do that bullshit. They've been doing with the whole, you know, how they do guys. Well, you know guys is freedom. Needs privacy has a right. We got all these shootings, and they look bad about not giving information responded cause for that. That's that's exactly what they respond to being. Yeah. I do think if especially that last do that has sent the bombs everyone. I really think that's a huge part of why they were like, okay. So we're gonna need to need to do something about this shit. Because. Thing is long as they can come with the and go through the right procedure channels on fine. The problem that I have the people go and demand demand at the address in you need to have legal recourse behind. You. Can't just do that. Yeah. I don't. Yeah. I mean, hopefully type of crime he's eighteen you know, yet. That's gotta be some type of federal crime. You know, so. Oh my God. Fucking ridiculous. Let's see what else we got here. Well, actually, you know, what I don't even this other article won't pop up for some reason. I guess my weight to cover these other. But there were a lot of LGBTQ Mao stones that were accomplished during the twenty eighteen midterm election. And for some reason the site that I had that on is not showing up on a Maya right now. So that's always a great and infamous you'd call and booties. It's not it's not going..

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"mental health organization" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"mental health organization" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's threatened, very painful blows against Gaza's HAMAs rulers if they don't halt protests along the perimeter fence that have led to clashes with this rarely troops Netanyahu said Israel is very close to waging a quote, different kind of activity. He said that if it has any sense will cease fire and violent outbursts now weekly protests have taken place along the as Rayleigh Gaza border fence since March pressing for an end to a decade long. Israeli Egyptian blockade of the impoverished Palestinian enclave. The protests initially were organized by a civil society group, but are supported by HAMAs. This Rayleigh military said fourteen thousand Palestinians thronged the border fence areas on Friday burning tires and throwing rocks. Firebombs and grenades at soldiers. Hamas denied the Israeli description of the protests was accurate. Six Palestinians were killed by Israel fire on Friday. You're listening to the evening news and KPFA in Berkeley KPFK in Los Angeles. KFC ethin-, Fresno online, KPFA dot org. To New Zealand activists who asked pop singer Lord to boycott Israel are dismissing and Israeli court ruling that ordered them to pay damages. Justin sacks and Nadia Abu Inaba or found liable under an Israeli law that permits civil lawsuits against advocates of boycotting has real had written an open letter to Lord asking her to call off a concert in Israel, Lord, acknowledged the letter and cancelled the show a few days later sacks. And Abu Janabi say instead of paying twelve thousand dollars to the Israeli ticket holders who sued them, they'll raise funds for a Gaza mental Health Organization, they say New Zealand legal experts advise them that Israel, quote has no right to police. The political opinions of people across the world, unquote. Today was the last day to submit comments on a Trump administration's proposal that civil rights advocates. Call a protest tax. The national park service's rules that would require payment for a permit to hold a rally on park service property that includes common areas such as the National Mall in Washington DC. The proposal would also severely restrict the size of the protest area in front of the White House demonstration organizers already paid for associated costs such as porta-pottys emergency medics stage and sound for rallies, but civil rights groups say the requirements are so onerous, they would be be beyond the reach of many grassroots protests, and that may be precisely the point sue Goodwin. KPFA's sister station. W PF w in Washington DC, thousands report Eugene Currier is an activist and journalist with a long history of organizing protests in Washington DC, often using National Park Service property. Have you spoke service land in many different ways. I mean, both for sort of your traditional every day protests where you set up a stage and sound and you're in Lafayette Park in front of the White House from the big national and international events to the small community speak as National Park Service land has been very crucial in my career as an organizer and activist here all that is now under threat. Mara Hayden is the executive director of the partnership for civil Justice fund. Her organization is tracking everything that's contained in the proposed regulations. What we're calling a protest tax, and what they have proposed is that when group or an organization wants to demonstrate they would assess the costs of.

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"mental health organization" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"mental health organization" Discussed on KCBS All News

"For veterans including a, mental Health Organization, called mentors located in, the city of Napa, Jeffrey Schaub. KCBS Nevado, man says a website he set, up with a tongue in cheek name. Has instead attracted people who. Take it deadly seriously KCBS gentle lane has the story of rent a hitman dot com this is the first to admit. It's hard to believe he says he has saved. More than one hundred lives over the last ten years Because internet users intending to hire murderers found. His website rent a hitman dot com when I discovered the emails I was pretty much blown away somewhere span but there were a. Few that really wanted people removed when he set it up he meant web hits or clicks now he collects details tips off police and says. He's seen several cases lead to, prison time a recent request involving a child brought him to a breaking point this is the one. That really kind of just blew me away to the point where I've told the detective I will testify with the emails, and the text messages and continued to nasty from the sky on what. He wanted done he's gotta go the other. Reason is revealing himself now he can't afford to handle the sight alone anymore the agencies that. Have, spoken west don't want it because it's too broad they don't have. The manpower to investigate the leads, worldwide so he's got. To go fund me page and his doing media interviews to cast a wider net And he's. Hoping his story will make an incredible book or movie lane KCBS KCBS news time four twenty three When I grow up I wanna be. A new pair of blue jeans when I grow up I wanna be. Kid's first computer when I grow up I wanna. Be glass countertop in. A new home when I. Grow up I want, to be a kid's best birthday present when I grow. Up I wanna. Be football stadium when I grow up I wanna be a, warm place on a cold. Day I grow up I wanna be a, fancy back loss wanna be a bike that races around the up I. Wanna be a bench on a four I wanna be a rocking chair I'll be. A skyscraper I wanted to be I want. I want to be When I grow up I. Don't wanna. Be piece of garbage And if, you recycle me I won't be give your garbage, another life. Recycle learn how at I want to be recycled dot org a public service advertisement brought to you by, keep America beautiful and the Ad Council.

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"mental health organization" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"mental health organization" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Mild tomorrow Good evening I'm. Susan Kennedy and here's what's happening firefighters are working to contain a grass fire in the hills just above. Milpitas that has grown to three hundred twenty two acres Cal fire since the fire is currently burning in Levin county park in a southeasterly direction toward Weller road this fire broke out just before two o'clock this. Afternoon off country, club drive near Levin county park evacuations have been ordered for well a road. East of. Ed Levin county park and Cal fire assistant division chief Jim Crawford. Says the fire is now forty percent contained started in the area kind of west Irv Levin county, park areas very open countries there's not a lot of homes in that area The afternoon wind The fire, grew No reports. Of any injuries one structure has been destroyed less than ten structures have been. Threatened in Yosemite the Ferguson fire is moving closer to the park US. Forest service spokesman Jim. MacKenzie Intel's KCBS the flames have moved to within two miles of the north western portion of Yosemite over thirty thousand acres, at this point continuing to grow. To the north I got a. Couple days ago we had some spot fires get across the Mercedes river across how we went forty and the fires now spreading north in the Stanislaw national forest in. North, easterly direction primarily that's you would start nine days ago is. Six percent contained, Yosemite is open but smokey visitors will have to deal with triple digit temperatures and firefighters there as well as those. Temperatures mid week one firefighter has died battling this blaze for others have been injured in four months since the gunman opened fire at a Napa, Valley veterans facility killing. Three staff members KCBS is Jeffrey shop reports we're now. Learning the halfway home will not reopen there are still no known answers as. To why a thirty six year old man a former patient burst into. The pathway home killing. Executive director Christine Lober clinical director Jennifer Golic and psychologist Jennifer Harib but you don't fill mayor and pathway board member John, Dunbar says the home never reopened. After the March ninth tragedy it. Will now close for good after it lost its core clinical team and it's building pathway lost its licence to operate but he says it helped a great many vets. We, are proud of the history that we have had over the. Last decade serving, veterans and we have over four hundred fifty veterans that we have been able to support and give tools so that. They could return to their families to civilian life Dunbar says a former pathways volunteer now works at the VA healthcare facility in Martinez where the, six pathway residents were Transferred to we've also, decided that the best way forward for us just to support other programs that are offering similar support for our veterans including a mental Health Organization called meant..

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"mental health organization" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"mental health organization" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Alzheimer's experts issued the recommendations with the goal of getting help sooner for people whose minds are slipping the panel says family, physicians should do a thorough evaluation would concerning symptoms arise and candidate discussed the diagnosis Pam Coulter CBS news Five at bay areas of news station KCBS. We've got some clouds and, fog on Taffer, tonight with lows in the fifties and sixties good afternoon, I'm Susan Kennedy and here's what's happening, firefighters in the. East Bay working to contain a grass fire in. The hills above milk pitas. That has grown to three hundred acres sit broke out just before two o'clock evacuations have been ordered for people. Living on Weller road Cal fire assistant division chief Jim Crawford says the fire is now forty percent. Contained in the area kind of west Levin county park areas very open countries there's not a lot of. Homes in that area That afternoon wind conditions The, fire grew And of course that is in, the south bay there are no. Reports of injuries no. Homes have burned stay tuned to, KCBS for updates huge fire that broke out near you seventy nine days ago is growing and moving closer. To the park the Ferguson fire grew to another fourteen. Hundred acres overnight he was. Four service spokesman Jim MacKenzie tells KCBS the flames have moved to within two miles of the northern western portion of Yosemite over. Thirty thousand acres, at this point Continuing to grow to the north got a couple of days ago. We had some spot fires get across the river across, how it went forty and the fires now spreading north in the national, forests in north easterly direction primarily parkas open but smokey firefighters we'll have to deal with triple digit temperatures in. Yosemite by mid week when fire died battling that blaze for others have been injured, like county public department. Of county department that is. A public health is urging voters and recreational users. To avoid contact with. The water in, Lake County and that's because of, a recent algae bloom health officials. Say the algae is. Currently active in all three sections, of clear lake people should not drink or be near the water in the areas of both Richmond park. And clear lake oaks it's now been four months since. Gunman opened fire at a. Napa Valley veterans facility killing three staff members KCBS is Jeffrey Shaab reports now learning that the pathway home will not reopen there are still no No known answers as to why a thirty six year old man a former patient burst into the pathway home killing executive director Christy Lober clinical director Jennifer. Golic and psychologist, Jennifer Harib but, y'all fill mayor and pathway board member John Dunbar says the home never reopened after the March ninth tragedy it will now close for good after it lost its core clinical team and it's building pathway lost its licence to operate but he says it helped a great many vets we. Are proud of the history that we have had over, the last decade serving veterans we have over four hundred fifty veterans that, we have been able to support and give tools so that they could return to their families to civilian life. Dunbar says a former pathways volunteer now works at the VA healthcare facility in Martinez, where the six pathway. Residents were transferred to we've. Also decided that the best way forward for us. Just to support other Programs that are offering similar support for. Our veterans including a mental Health Organization called mentors located in.

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"mental health organization" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"mental health organization" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Earlier this month and lost his battle Saturday gold wrote about restaurants for. Four decades but instead of Michelin stars was drawn to more hole in the wall and ethnic spots the l. a. times where. He most recently worked says gold. Appreciated the taco truck more than the tasting menu that piper CBS news and. Ohio police departments entry in a lip. Sync challenges sweeping the nation and. Getting rave reviews even from the band, the did the original Now Lady antebellum tweeting that the Middletown police departments cover of its song is. Amazing I'm Jim Taylor CBS news It's one five at the. Bay area's news station KCBS we have sunny. Skies in the forecast. Today it's. A beautiful day good afternoon I'm Jennifer haunt is here's what's happening that huge fire, that broke out near Yosemite nine days ago is growing and. Moving closer to the park the Ferguson fire grew to. Another fourteen hundred acres. Overnight US forest service spokesman Jim McIntyre tells KCBS the flames of moved to within just two miles of the northwestern portion of. Yosemite over thirty. Thousand acres at this point Continuing to grow to the north. I got a couple. Of days. Ago we had some spot fires get across the Mercedes river across how he went, forty and the fires now spreading north in the national forests. In north easterly direction primarily firefighters won't get any help. From the weather this. Week the forecast calling for triple digit temperatures in Yosemite by the middle of the week one firefighter has died four others injured battling that fire The Lake County department of. Public health is urging voters and recreational users to avoid contact with the, water and Lake County due, to a recent bloom of blue green algae. Health officials say the algae. Is currently active in all three sections of clear lake lower oaks and upper people should not drink. Or be near water in the areas of both Richmond park and clear like oaks, the health department will conduct more tests to, determine the severity, of the, problem four months after a gunman. Opened fire at a Napa Valley veterans. Facility killing three staff members officials say the pathway home will not be reopening KCBS is Jeffrey Schaub reports the organization provided highly specialized care and rehabilitation for Iraq. And Afghanistan war veterans suffering from Pia DISD there are still, no known answers as to why a thirty six year old man a former patient. Burst into the pathway, home killing executive director Christy Lober Clinical director Jennifer Golic and psychologist Jennifer hurry but y'all Bill mayor and pathway board member John Dunbar says the home never reopened after the March ninth tragedy it will now close for good, after it lost its core clinical team at it's building pathway lost its licence to operate but he says it helped a great many vets we are proud of the history that we have had over. The last decade serving veterans we have over four hundred fifty veterans that we. Have been able to support and give tools so that they could return, to their families to civilian, wife Dunbar says a former pathways volunteer now. Works at the VA healthcare. Facility in Martinez where the six pathway residents were transferred to we've also decided that the best way. Forward for us just to support other programs that are offering similar support for our, veterans including a mental Health Organization called mentors, located in the city of Napa Jeffrey Schaub case CBS just ahead..

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"mental health organization" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"mental health organization" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"And i we just started this new chime in any time we diana the wall and opened the doors and asked people to come volunteer people brought crop putts in the beginning we'd have about ten women and they really didn't know what was available and they didn't feel worthy and as you know and it's all over the news the epidemic the opioid epidemic and these are people that had careers some of them were nurses teachers they get they go get surgery something happens right they'll get put on these drugs they get addicted they have no idea they have this addictive personality and they're not taught so them on the drugs are pulled some nice friend offer some heroin going there in a desperate situation i didn't even know they were just exactly and they lose one after another their kids their car their house they end up on the streets and at that point they don't care you know they care somewhere in them but when the drug is in them they just don't care and so those who a lot is a women that we're dealing with helping them to try to you know recognize they need help and to try and help them figure out how they can not only get housing but change whatever the core is it the you know led them to feel so unworthy and so so some of the resources with that said lori is we of invited in compass health which is a mental health organization that has programs for the poor and they come in one day a week and they sit in they offer services in the help ladies sign up for that programme so that they could begin that mental health journey and then we're also partners with other drug and alcohol rehab such as evergreen recovery and if a lady is very sincere about change we could move more rapidly to helper um we we partner now with mercy watch and mercy watches going to be coming in starting next week and offering dr care and nurse care right there shots uh doing treatments on their feet from being homeless and and ill for so long and sores from shooting a needle said it that is a big deal especially in the winter their feet they just we try to offer new sox almost every day if they need them if we have him that's a good point that a.

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"mental health organization" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"mental health organization" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"Ig you need to be an nhs inpatient and the mental health organisation to have to go to the other side of the country because what really matters in terms of your recovery is that you can be visited by parents in your friends at that is happening again and again because of the lack of the lack of beds well owner you'll watch andrew i think you are mischaracterizing what is happening because there are more money there are more people working mental health we are increasing the number of beds particularly for young people but rome wasn't built in the day and if we are going to achieve theresa may's ambition of full parity of esteem between mental and physical health than we are going to need to train up many many more people to deliver that's what we're doing and we are absolutely determined and this injustice that we have at the moment but don't forget as we do this for seven years to end this injustice you've been your injuring your six years as health sixty which is make sure the third longest in in the post since night bevan who else nonetheless you one woman foul no one for one of the longestserving health secretaries do not recognize that given the the cuts his given the cousin beds overtime parts of the mental health crisis has happened on your watch these the result of the cops that would make the beginning of your time but andrew you are ernie painting a limited picture what is actually happened on my watch is the biggest expansion of mental health provision in europe other countries are looking at what we're doing as i mentioned at the joining of all the beds and the measures where is the expansion taking place will for example on treatment for anxiety and depression.

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"mental health organization" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

Can I Pet Your Dog?

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"mental health organization" Discussed on Can I Pet Your Dog?

"Is a what are they called? If they're blonde fringe BULLDOGS, fun thown. Yes. Tina's upon French Bill. Perfect everything you want. Yes, I'm sorry. You won't be taking him on. It's been a tough year really aren't curious. Also, truly perfect. I do feel like he would be a wonderful addition to any household guaranteed. But I'm glad he found. He's going to a million home with his already little friend. And then I think I did it was real quick. Yeah. Definitely don't have to. But if you feeling like me like what can I do? I think it was a huge advocate for mental health. So find find somebody that you can donate to volunteer with whatever that supports mental health would be. We're just watch. Wishful drinking think that is going to be on HBO. And then they also have a new documentary coming out. Yes. I have seen it on HBO lately. Wishful thinking, I totally agree with you. I also like to add up crispy, you probably all know those Carrie Fisher, a huge dog lover. Gary was actually heard therapy dog helped her cope with her bipolar disorders. Like, you said she was a huge advocate for mental health as well as duds. So I think if you don't eat to mental Health Organization or a rescue dog organisation, we'd love dogs, borders and best friends LA. I'm sure if you there's a bazillion in your area wherever you live also feel free to tweet us. We'll give you recommendations. Yes. Yeah. So we just wanted to we wanted to honor her. We don't wanna be to that. Of course. But we did want to celebrate her life and say, hey, he's a shout out to one of our favorite dog lovers and one of our favorite songs perfect. Oh, boy, this is here we go. We got a pin post is it festive. And my goodness. Boy. This is who who because it's great since from Katie eighty has posted a picture of her puppy who was playing in the snow. Puppy. Also had a snow cone on. So it was just a cone when it started. But then wouldn't play in the snow. So her post exactly says guys puppy in a cone plus playing in the snow equals snow cone. Doug. Oh, let me see pictures of your winter pups he and now, and then you just in its a scroll of just dogs playing in the snow and the original pose this looks like maybe eight birdies mountain dog or a. Yeah. I love him. I just can't. We we scroll on through. We've got a lot of. Here's what I love about each one of these dogs. They got they got snowing. There knows the just couldn't be bothered to take dad yet. Listen, I was digging and you cut me. So they're all great the posts that are currently there. We've got some action shots snowballs being thrown in the dog's chasing the snowball. Come on. And a lot of these dogs wearing little jackets sweaters, obviously is an improvement. Any photo? It's on. I tell you what I love snow in pictures. No. That's not true skiing is my favorite sport. But go to work in it. Yeah. You and you have fun or just like say in and drink hutch letter play with your dogs around. The best I'm fine with that. So Katie thank you so much for the pin post. We're gonna put it on our Facebook page. It'll be it'll be. Pinned at the top. And you've got pictures of your dog and snow. We wanna see it. But also, let's see Linda finis sunny climate. I'll see some show dogs due to be like snow. Would you say we can do our own version of whether pup happy dogs of all climate perfect?.

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