Tag "mental health"

Don’t forget to check on mental health of veterans

    Don’t forget to check on  mental health of veterans

“Thank you for your service.” That’s a phrase many of us say to veterans we meet or we know. We want to acknowledge that we realize their contributions to helping

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Letters to the Editor

    Letters to the Editor

Discussion about access to weapons, mental health is needed To the Editor: Our hearts and spirits are challenged again with innocent citizens being the victims of unimaginable violence. The root

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Company aims spotlight on mental health

    Company aims spotlight on mental health

While making a splash in the fashion industry, a locally owned, and operated streetwear company is also shining a light on mental health issues that plague communities across the country

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Guest Editorial: Talking about mental health is so important

    Guest Editorial: Talking about  mental health  is so important

By U.S. Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson During the month of May, we recognized Mental Health Month, and raised awareness for the millions of Americans living with a mental health condition.

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Urban League, others left out of county mental health budget

    Urban League, others left out of county mental health budget

BY TODD LUCK  THE CHRONICLE Dozens of programs are covered in Forsyth County’s proposed allocation of mental health funding to

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Tournament raises funds for mental health

    Tournament raises funds for mental health

Photo by Timothy Ramsey BY TIMOTHY RAMSEY  THE CHRONICLE Pickleball continues to grow in popularity throughout the state of North

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Commentary: Devon Davis and mental health in our community

    Commentary: Devon Davis and mental health in our community

Kimya N. Dennis Guest Columnist Devon Davis was one of over 2,000 North Carolina inmates released last year after being

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Disabled small business-owner defies odds

    Disabled small business-owner defies odds

Anthony Johnson is physically and developmentally disabled. Yet, each morning the Chester, S.C. native rises determined to prove that he

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Harris-Perry links mental health with bias and other inequities

    Harris-Perry links mental health with bias and other inequities

(pictured above:  W. Randy Eaddy, a partner at Kilpatrick Stockton, introduces Melissa Harris-Perry.) Melissa Harris-Perry made her first local public

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Filmmakers tackle blacks and suicide

    Filmmakers tackle blacks and suicide

(pictured above: Filmmakers Kenneth Todd Nelson and Squeaky Moore look over footage.) Winston-Salem native Kenneth Todd Nelson is sounding the alarm

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