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Guest blog: One size doesn't fit all for TD patients

Browsing through a store, boarding public transit, or sitting around a conference table may seem usual. But for patients with tardive dyskinesia (TD), everyday tasks can be more taxing…Read More

5 reads to help you learn more about autism

April is Autism Awareness Month, and despite gaining much more recognition in recent years, autism is still misunderstood by most people – even by some people who are autistic themselves. With an increasing number of adults and children being diagnosed…Read More

Crisis is not a Win - Imagine Wellness

We at Mental Health America joined the rest of the behavioral health community in strongly supporting the new three-digit 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline. We actively participate in a…Read More

Higher education must listen to students with disabilities, mental health concerns

Anashua Dutta, a fellow at the Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law and team member of the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute Award on addressing mental…Read More

How colleges can learn from the peer support movement

I came to college with almost a decade of experience using mental health services. However, like many other students, I did not have a plan for the transition to campus life. By my sophomore year, things reached a crisis point. I could not function and…Read More