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Mental health patients in Colorado without crimes denied beds in state system

January 14, 2019

By: Jakob Rodgers Dec 27, 2018   Severely mentally ill people can no longer seek treatment through the state’s psychiatric hospital system, amid an admissions freeze affecting nearly anyone not involved in the criminal justice system. The decision by Colorado Department of Human Services officials drops to zero the number of state-run psychiatric beds available more »

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Psychiatrists hard to come by in Colorado Springs

January 10, 2019

Out of office By Faith Miller Tero Vesalainen / Psychiatrists are retiring in Colorado Springs without a pipeline of replacements, experts say. Need to make an appointment with a psychiatrist in Colorado Springs? Good luck. In 2013, the last time the community collected data on the number of psychiatrists per capita, there were only 9.1 more »

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Colorado Springs youth mental health text crisis line expands statewide

December 11, 2018

“My life is full of pressure and expectations. Sometimes emptiness lies just below the surface.” “Parents care about all the wrong things. Sometimes hurt lies just below the surface.” “My good grades are never quite good enough. Sometimes anxiety lies just below the surface.” Posters with these and other messages from a new push to more »

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How To Create A Workplace That Supports Mental Health

Mental health can have a serious impact on a business. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 80% of adults with depression reported at least some difficulty with work, home, or social activities because of their depression symptoms. Unfortunately, disorders like anxiety and depression often go undetected for months or years. Unlike physical more »

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How To Be Supportive Of Your Partner With Mental Illness

Being in a relationship with someone you love can be beautiful. It can also be difficult, as you face the hurdles of everyday life. But if your partner struggles with mental illness, those issues can become much more intense for both of you. Understanding the needs of someone with mental illness is challenging. And you more »

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