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mental health

More than a feeling

The song Superstar, which was popularized both by the Carpenters and by Luther Vandross, contains the memorable and melancholic line, “Loneliness is such a...

Everyone needs someone to talk to: Breaking the stigma behind therapy

“What happens in this house stays in this house” is a common phrase in Black households. With this belief, a lot of people are...

Mayor Hogsett, Mental Health America of Indianapolis announce vitality grant recipients

Mayor Hogsett and Mental Health America of Indianapolis (MHA of Indy) have jointly unveiled the beneficiaries of the Vitality Grant Program.

1 officer convicted, 1 acquitted in death of Elijah McClain

By COLLEEN SLEVIN and MATTHEW BROWN Associated Press BRIGHTON, Colo. (AP) — Jurors convicted a Denver-area police officer Thursday and acquitted another of charges in...

‘Fathers Cry Too’: Local organization to host event discussing men’s mental health  

A groundbreaking event “Fathers Cry Too” aimed at addressing men’s mental health challenges will take place Sept. 30.   The event, hosted by the Not 1...

Never alone: The unexplored depths of suicide

"I've faced suicide a few times in my life," said Indianapolis resident Taurean Taylor. "After the passing of my brother, I didn't know what...

Community walk in downtown Indianapolis aims to heighten awareness about suicide

The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) will host the Out of the Darkness Community Walk on Saturday, Sept. 9 at Military Park in...

IMPD swears in new therapy dog

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) has sworn in a new therapy dog, Gus, who will provide peer support to officers. Mini Australian Labradoodle Gus...

Clinician-led response team begins to respond to mental health crises without police

By KATRINA PROSS Indianapolis’ new Clinician-Led Community Response Pilot Program has been responding to mental health crises since July 1. The team consists of clinicians and...

Women leaders discuss the ‘State of Self-Care for Black Women’ report

Launched in 2020, EXHALE is the first emotional well-being app designed specifically for Black, Indigenous and women of color.
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