Strong friendships in adolescence may benefit mental health in the long run
A study shows that teenagers with close friendships tend to be more adaptive to stress, report being happier due to an increased feeling of uniqueness, and are likely to do better academically. Read more in this story from Medical News Today.
How bosses can make their workplace more mental health friendly
Here are some simple and useful ways bosses can make their workplaces more mental health friendly. Learn more now.
When a loved one is in need: How to navigate conversations about mental health
Broaching the topic of mental health with a friend or loved one can be intimidating and difficult to navigate. This article from CBS News provides helpful information to keep in mind both before and during these conversations.
Why Laughing at Yourself Can Boost Your Health
The ability to laugh at yourself - and your mistakes - boosts physical and psychological health. Find out more in this article from NBC News.
Ten Things to Know About Medicaid’s Role for Children with Behavioral Health Needs
Medicaid plays an important role for many children with behavioral health needs. Learn about important aspects of this coverage, in this article from Kaiser Family Foundation.