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Ad Council announces mental health initiative

The Ad Council, a nonprofit organization that produces, distributes and promotes public service announcements, has announced plans for a multi-year communications effort that calls...

United Brain Association provides community and resources for brain and mental...

UBA provides education and information through its online database or “brain resources.”

Sacred Heart University launches mental health platform for students

More in-person counselors are being added to the campus.

Stamford’s newly opened Alliance Center provides mental health resources for new...

“I can’t tell you how inspired I am by what you’ve brought to our city here,” said Mayor Simmons.

Regional mental health groups plan merger

The new name and executive team for the merged entity were not announced.

New focus on Hudson Valley behavioral and mental health

The Westchester Medical Center Health Network, more commonly known as WMCHealth, which has its headquarters in Valhalla, is teaming up with Dutchess County in...

Health care lessons learned from the pandemic

Bucello noted that “over 40% of U.S, employees do not feel that quality mental health care is easy to find.”

Westport entrepreneur offers insight on overcoming mental health difficulties

"I was hiding the essence of who I was," Bernstein said.

New program aims at college students’ mental health concerns

The program is projected to benefit more than 130,000 undergraduate students.

Former Greenwich First Selectman Peter Tesei named executive director at nonprofit...

Peter Tesei was first selectman of Greenwich from 2007 to 2019.

$4 million available for mental health services in New York state

The funding, announced Nov. 4, is earmarked for workforce recruitment and retention funds, to increase access to peer health services for individuals and families. 

New podcast ‘Bettermental’ addresses mental health for business owners

Thanks to the pandemic, the added strain of running — or even losing —a business runs alongside adapting to regulations, on-site Covid transmission risks and changes in consumer behaviors and preferences.

Study: Employers and employees disagreeing on workplace mental health support

52% of employers experience issues due to worker substance misuse or addiction.

How Mike Veny’s pandemic pivot helped workers deal with mental health...

"The physical body and the emotions are interconnected," said Veny.

Poll: Stressed out workers feel employers not providing adequate mental health...

Job seekers rank mental health benefits as third most important aspect for employment.