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March 2017 News Listing

Police credit CIT training in safe ends to two standoffs: Redwood City man arrested after several hours; San Mateo police respond to suicidal subject

In what could have turned into deadly exchanges, police were able to use crisis intervention techniques to help defuse two separate incidents with reportedly suicidal subjects Tuesday — including one man who is now facing multiple felonies after firing at Redwood City officers and into occupied homes. San Mateo and Redwood City police dispatched officers more

Mental Health Patients Worry They Won’t Survive Paul Ryan’s War On Medicaid

About one-third of people who benefit from the program have mental health issues. President Donald Trump indicated in his first federal budget that his administration is committed to investing in programs that tackle mental illness, but the health care legislation he and Republican lawmakers are championing suggests otherwise. House Republicans released the American Health Care Act earlier more

Glenn Close and Patrick Kennedy on the Weight of Mental Illness

Glenn Close does not read her reviews. So the jumbo excerpt on the marquee where she is reprising her Tony Award-winning role in “Sunset Boulevard” (“One of the great stage performances of this century”), surrounded by flashing lights, may be a spoiler. “You still have to go out the next night no matter what they more

Mental Health Advocates Speak Out Against M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Split’

Advocates believe the movie perpetuates negative stereotypes of people with dissociative identity disorder. In 1999, writer/director M. Night Shyamalan had a huge hit with The Sixth Sense, but his career has had a lot of ups and downs since then. The filmmaker had another big success with Signs (2002), but he also had a number more