The Mental Health Coalition – May is Mental Health Month

May 3, 2022 (Reposted from The Mental Health Coalition) This Mental Health Awareness Month, we’re inviting you to feel your feelings. Many of us have been feeling a lot lately, so it’sContinue reading “The Mental Health Coalition – May is Mental Health Month”

If You Think Work is Bad for People with Mental Illness, What About Poverty, Unemployment, and Social Isolation?

April 28, 2022 (Reprinted from NYAPRS ENews) NYAPRS Note: Over 20 years ago,  Joe Marrone, then  Senior Program Manager for Public Policy at the Institute for Community Inclusion emerged asContinue reading “If You Think Work is Bad for People with Mental Illness, What About Poverty, Unemployment, and Social Isolation?”

What Brooklyn’s Subway Shooting Reveals About The State Of Mental Health Care: Politico

April 16 (Repost from NYAPRS/Politico) Some news outlets, professors and policymakers are rushing to judgement about what led to the subway shooting horror associated with Frank R. James and toContinue reading “What Brooklyn’s Subway Shooting Reveals About The State Of Mental Health Care: Politico”