Study: Quitting Facebook Could Make You HappierStaying off Facebook could actually make you happier, according to new research.
Study: Nature Walks Lead To Significant Mental BenefitsFeeling blue? A walk in the great outdoors could do just the trick, according to a new study.
Tree Removal Crew Stops Possible Fire, Helps Evacuate Mental-Health FacilityHe thought of the patients on the other side of the wall and jumped into action, getting his three-man crew to help him evacuate the facility.
Lawmakers Concerned Jails, Prisons Becoming New Mental Health Institutions Lawmakers say county jails and state prisons are becoming the new mental health institutions. Mental health advocates and law enforcement professionals are demanding changes in how jails across the state handle the mentally ill.
Kaiser Mental Health Workers Kick Off Statewide Strike Over ConditionsAnn Amato used to be a front-line therapist, but after years of doing that, she started doing group work, because, as she says, the work was exhausting.
2,600 Kaiser Mental Health Employees Go On StrikeThousands of Kaiser mental health workers are expected to walk off the job today.
How To Beat The Winter Blues And Avoid Cabin FeverWinter is all fun and games…until after New Years’ Eve.
California Senate Passes Firearms Restraining Order Procedure California lawmakers have advanced a bill that allows judges to temporarily remove firearms from people who show signs that they could harm themselves or others.
Study: Twitter Has Potential To 'Induce Psychotic Symptoms'
Plumas County's Mental Health System Faces Major Scrutiny Following Teen's Suicide; Full Investigation PromisedThe circumstances surrounding the death of a Plumas County girl is sparking outrage and frustration.
Audit Finds California Courts Undermining Gun Control By Not Reporting Mentally IllState law requires courts to tell the Department of Justice when it makes certain mental health determinations. The department uses that information as part of a program unique to California that seizes guns from people who are prohibited from having them.
Audit: Mental Health Spending Not Properly TrackedCalifornia's auditor says the state has failed to properly monitor nearly $7.4 billion in voter-approved money for mental health programs and cannot reassure the public that it is going to help those most in need.