On World Mental Health Day, Vice President Joe Biden offered keynote remarks at the Global Summit on Mental Health Culture Change at the House of Commons in London. His remarks, addressed to the crowd of advocates, leaders, and experts, highlighted the…Read More
Hearing “You have PTSD!” changed my life forever!
Never in a million years did I think I’d be diagnosed with PTSD, but I was sexually assaulted, and PTSD followed; it was…Read More
Last week, we tweeted that we should vote as if our mental health depended on it. In the aftermath of this election, it is clear that we did…Read More
As employees, receiving reward and recognition when we perform well makes us feel acknowledged and appreciated. We are also more likely to continue to perform…Read More
“Self-sufficiency” has always been a basic principle of U.S. immigration law. To be admitted to the United States and to qualify for eventual citizenship, an individual must show that he or she has a reasonable prospect of earning a living, or that…Read More
Every year, I make a promise to myself to begin thinking about holiday gifts long before the season starts – usually with little success.
Luckily, I am a huge fan of…Read More
By Nathaniel Counts, MHA Senior Policy Director, and Paul Gionfriddo, President and CEO
Mental Health America (MHA) is celebrating some…Read More
Today, the Government Accountability Office (GAO), a group that helps Congress oversee the federal government, issued a report on…Read More
In the age of increasing work and life separation, how do we reconcile human needs for care and support within workplace cultures of fast-paced productivity? Vocations vary far too widely in operations to standardize mental health supports or provision…Read More
A newly released national report has bad news. There is a continuing increase in deaths from suicide for both men and women.