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PTSD
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World Kindness Day:Understanding Individuals With PTSD And
Co-occurring Disorders
Understanding Individuals With PTSD And Co-occurring Disorders
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Co-occurring Disorders: The Link Between PTSD and Addiction
Co-occurring Disorders: The Link Between PTSD and Addiction
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Maternal Depression Awareness Month
Postpartum Support International, an organization dedicated to promoting awareness, prevention and treatment of mental health issues related to childbearing in every country worldwide, has declared the first week in May is Maternal Mental Health Awareness week.
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Mental Illness & Substance Abuse in Veterans: Warning Signs & Resources
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Depression. Substance Abuse. Alcohol dependence. These are some of the disorders that many men and women who bravely serve in the military return home to face.
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Trusted Resources to Help Deal with Tragedy and Loss
As a community, the Sandy Hook area has suffered an unspeakable loss of previously unimaginable proportions. However, becoming as informed as possible is one way to cope. Therefore, we have compiled a list of trusted resources to help you deal with this loss. You will find information for children, teens and adults, videos, PDFs and books. We will continue to update this information as additional resources become available.
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Easing the Anxiety of 9/11
The terrorist attack of 9/11/2001 was not a New York area event. Planes were grounded around all around the country; everyone stood in shock as we watched the greatest attack ever on our Nation’s shores.  The fear we felt was universal in scope. But those of us who live here were in many ways uniquely affected.
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