With proper treatment, people can realize their full potential, cope with the stresses of life, work productively and meaningfully contribute to the world. Without mental health we cannot be fully healthy.
Abnormally formed proteins may be involved in the pathology that causes schizophrenia in a subset of patients, new research suggests. A team led by 2013 and 2010 BBRF Young Investigator Frederick Nucifora, Ph.D., D.O., M.H.S., of Johns Hopkins University School of...read more
This time of year, Congress makes decisions on funding important programs and services. We need your voice to tell policymakers to pass a budget that invests in mental health research, services and supports. Fortunately, the House Appropriations Committee has already...read more
About 4,000 therapists, social workers and psychologists at Kaiser Permanente’s California locations, including 1,200 clinicians in the Bay Area, plan to begin striking Tuesday in protest of what they say are long wait times for patients seeking mental health...read more