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Behavioral Health Topics & Resources
Adult Children of Alcoholics
According to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, alcohol is the most commonly used addictive substance in the United States.
Depression & Seniors
Approximately seven million adults in the United States experience late-life depression. Not surprisingly, depression is highest among seniors who have lost their independence.
Depression & Teens
Feelings of sadness, worthlessness and hopelessness, changes in eating and sleeping habits, withdrawal from friends and family, loss of interest in activities and fatigue are common signs of depression in teenagers.
Even if you haven't experienced clinical depression, you probably know someone who has.
The National Institute of Mental Health defines an eating disorder as "an illness that causes serious disturbances to your everyday diet, such as eating extremely small amounts of food or severely overeating."
After being discharged from military service, Robert attended college and was on track for a successful life.
Fentanyl is Forever
Learn about fentanyl, get help, read stories, and learn about naloxone.
Homelessness & Mental Illness
Research shows that serious mental illness can impair an individual's ability to perform daily living skills, form and maintain relationships and understand others' efforts to help.
The Healthy Eating and Nutrition Curriculum: Facilitator's Guide was developed to support the implementation of the 3-4-50 Framework, a community health improvement strategy focused on tackling negative lifestyle and nutritional health habits that can impact and challenge recovery from mental health and substance use conditions.
Prescription Drug Abuse
According to the Foundation for a Drug-Free World, every day in the U.S. 2,500 youth 12 to 17 abuse a prescription pain reliever for the first time.
Throughout the world, individuals experiencing mental health challenges and struggling with addiction are recovering and telling their stories.
Suicide Awareness & Prevention
On average, nine Californians die by suicide every day, comparable to the number of individuals killed in traffic accidents.
Each Year in the United States Nearly 200,000 People Under the Age of 21 Visit Emergency Rooms for Alcohol-Related Injuries, and Approximately 2000 Individuals Under 21 Die in Car Accidents Related to Teen Drinking.
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