NAMI Advocate e-newsletter, August 2010
Back to School, Culture and Diagnosis, Singer-songwriter Meg Hutchinson, Best Plans for Job Seekers, Schools and Children's Mental Health NAMI Bookshelf and more...
Back to School: Changes and Challenges
back-to-school rush can trigger difficulties. Find out how to keep young people from being lost in the
shuffle. Read more.
Culture and Diagnosis: A Set of Iron Laws?
would we learn about mental health care in the U.S. if we were to turn the tables—what kind of patient history would we find? Read more.
Meg Hutchinson: Life on the Living Side
Award-winning singer-songwriter Meg Hutchinson explores bipolar disorder on her new album. Read more.
The Alliance between VR and IPS: The Best Plan for Job Seekers
state vocational rehabilitation partners with Individual Placement
and Support, people living with mental illness are more likely to
find jobs. Read more.
School Resource Officers Speak Out on Children’s Mental Health
mental health needs of young people in school are the subject of “A
Focus Group Report: A Conversation with CIT Trained School Resource
Officers.” Read more.
This month: After Her Brain Broke, Shut Up About Your Perfect Kid, Taking Antidepressants and Welcome to the Jungle.Read more.
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