"You guys have dropped the ball and you haven't done your job and I'm tired of paying my taxes when you don't do your job," shouted one man, as a microphone was passed among participants at the Roseland Library.
Specialist Rosalind Kingsley Hurst talked to Mornings on 2 about the mental health challenges facing young adults and the Blue Shield-led effort to get more resources into schools across the state.
Signs you may be experiencing "holiday blues" include fatigue, losing interest in activities you normally enjoy, trouble making decisions or concentrating, withdrawing from friends and family, anger, irritability, and sadness.
Aged 22 to 72, the competitors are all members of the maximum-security prison’s 1,000 Mile Club and include inmates incarcerated for rape, attempted murder and other charges.
Kaiser locations across California will be affected.
The U.S. Postal Service has issued a new fundraiser stamp to benefit veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder.
Results were disclosed Wednesday at a conference in San Diego.
Jason Wickline says he had to lose everything before finally deciding to beat his addiction and committing fully to recovery, and his story went viral after he shared images of his transformation on social media.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed and two supervisors announced Tuesday that they reached an agreement on how to reform the city's mental health care system.
While it seems holiday decorations go up earlier and earlier every year, research may prove that decorating early could actually be good for your mental health.
At the board's Tuesday meeting, the supervisors will ask the board to vote to approve a proposal asking for county staff to report back by Dec. 17 on how the county can increase mental health services day and night throughout the county.
Healthcare advocates, caregivers, and politicians gathered Wednesday on the steps of San Francisco City Hall to call for an overhaul of the city's mental health services.
Californians apparently have sex on their minds more than residents in any other state in the nation.
Workers at a Bay Area center that provides mental health care at a low cost fear they may be kicked out of their building after nearly four decades of service.