Getting Answers: UC Davis Expert Discusses Climate Change's Impact On Mental HealthWe've seen the impacts of climate change with increases in wildfires and flooding, but experts say they are discovering other consequences that you can't see.
'Nowadays, Everybody Is A Target': Recent Mass Shootings Raise Anxiety, FearFrom coast to coast, the country is reeling from recent mass shootings including one in downtown Sacramento. Health experts warn not only do those events impact communities experiencing such violence, but also people from afar.
‘Behind The Apron’ Production At B Street Theatre Puts Spotlight On Mental Health In Restaurant IndustryA theatrical production that originated before the pandemic is striking a chord even more now.
UC Davis Doctor Counseled Biles Before She Withdrew From Olympic EventsWorld champion gymnast Simone Biles withdrew from the games because of mental health issues, and a UC Davis doctor helped her to make that brave decision.
Parents Of Man Arrested For Creepy Comments To Child In Dixon Comes Forward To Share Battle With Mental IllnessA horrifying and heartbreaking discovery: A Modesto couple was watching a CBS13 report this week of a man arrested for making creepy comments about kidnapping children, and then realized the man under arrest was their own son they reported missing.
New California Laws Take Effect Addressing Issues From Assault Rifles To Student LoansJuly 1 marks not only the beginning of a new fiscal year for the State of California, it's also the day some new laws will go into effect.
Swearing Is A Sign Of Intelligence? Helps Manage Pain And MorePolite society considers swearing to be a vulgar sign of low intelligence and education, for why would one rely on rude language when blessed with a rich vocabulary?
Nevada County Sheriff To Pair Therapists With Deputies On Mental Health CallsSheriff Shannan Moon plans to launch the new mobile crisis team by the end of the year.
Learning Curve: Prioritizing Students' Social And Emotional Health NeedsMental health impacts remain a symptom of the COVID-19 pandemic, months after it began. This crisis mixed with distance learning has its own effects on students when not in the classroom.
Sacramento Schools To Get Mental Health Clinician For Each CampusA new partnership will provide mental health services to students returning to Sacramento schools this fall.
State Superintendent Calling On Counseling Groups To Strengthen Mental Health Support For StudentsOn Wednesday, the Superintendent of California Schools, Tony Thurmond, called on counseling groups to help fill mental health gaps in our students.
Experts Warn Of Urgent Need For Coronavirus Mental Health ResearchMental health and brain research must be a higher priority in the response to the coronavirus pandemic, scientists have said, warning that the crisis could have a "profound" and "pervasive impact" on global mental health now and in the future.
Therapist Recommends Creating A Routine, Exercising And Staying Connected With Loved Ones During IsolationMental health professionals recommend starting a routine to keep your mind and body in check during periods of self-isolation.
California Launches Statewide Hotline Offering Free Emotional SupportThe peer-run "warm line" officially opened Monday. The toll-free line is staffed for most of the day, seven days a week.
Sacramento County Looking To Spend $126 Million In Surplus Money On Mental Health ServicesSacramento County is looking to spend millions of dollars in state money meant for mental health services.