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from NAMI.org
Sacred Creations After finding a church that understood mental health, AJ French finally received the treatment and support she needed.
YANA: With Help, Things Can Change For The Better.
What We Can Do about Depression
NAMI Statement by Mary Giliberti: Reflecting on the Passing of Robin Williams
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October 2009
Budget Cuts hitting mental health with 'vengeance'
 
September 2009
Dix hospital to stay open
Glass half full is not enough - NC Policy Watch with Fitzsimon
 
 
August 2009
Psychiatric leader passes away - read here about Dr. Nakhleh Zarzar in a 2004 Psychiatric News article
 
July 2009
 
 
 
June 2009
 
 
May 2009
 
 
April 2009
 
 
March 2009
Disability advocate says state is stalling: Group awaits report on patient's death
 
 
February 2009
 
 
January 2009


December 2008
Reports of death, rape allegation censored
Wake, Orange mental health care dinged
AMHC cuts jobs, closing clinics - Morrison: End of 'direct services'
State names interim director at Cherry Hospital
Butner hospital passes muster
N&O Article Student Distress Signals Sought

 
November 2008
 
October 2008
Move of Dix Patients Now on Hold
 
September 2008
 
 
August 2008
 
State eager to speed patients' move to Butner: But standards for new hospital not met; critics cite safety

Mental hospital accreditation lost

Access to Prescription Drugs Easier for Teens

July 2008

Cops and the mentally ill: How police can better handle emotionally disturbed citizens

 
June 2008
 
Mental Illness Demands Civil, Humane Treatment - by David Cornwell, Executive Director of NC Mental Hope 
 
 
March 2008
 
The News & Observer Series - Mental Disorder: The Failure to Reform cont.
 
NC Policy Watch, by Chris Fitzsimom: A Disturbingly Instructive Day (A look at Easely's response to questions from the press)
Easely says he opposed reform and Crane Fired:    Video 1        Video 2
 
NC Department of Health and Human Services Official Press Release: Surveyors Recommend Removal of Immediate Jeopardy Findings Against Broughton Hospital
 

FEBRUARY 2008

The News & Observer Series - Mental Disorder: The Failure to Reform
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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