Coping with the aftermath of the Texas elementary school massacre is especially challenging for parents with school-age children. Not only just they help their kids heal, but also manage their own emotions.
VTA made the decision to demolish Building B at their Guadalupe Light Rail Yard, so employees, especially those traumatized by last year's mass shooting, would never have to go back there.
San Francisco's newest supervisor says his background and experience will help him address some of the city's biggest issues. Matt Dorsey attended his first Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday morning just one day after being sworn into office.
The U.S. surgeon general was in San Francisco Monday night addressing the impact of social isolation and loneliness amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“We apologize to the Spade family,” the company responded in a statement.
Grammy award-winning singer — the 'mom' half of The Judds singing duo — shared her struggle with depression
A new online poll says four in 10 women have reached what’s known as a "breaking point," or the point when life stressors become too much and cause a physical, mental or emotional breakdown.
Governor Newsom’s controversial plan to force some people into court-ordered treatment faced its first public hearing. The state senate judiciary committee took public comment for a bill that would establish a CARE court, designed to get the severely mentally ill off the streets.
The number of teen girls who visited U.S. emergency rooms for eating disorders doubled during the COVID-19 pandemic, and visits for tic disorders tripled, the CDC said.
A group of researchers believes psilocybin has great potential in treating people suffering from depression and anxiety.
San Francisco has met its goal of hiring 200 public health workers to support the Tenderloin community.
During a March 26 game, Colgate Softball honored Katie Meyer, Stanford's late soccer star. They wanted to highlight the importance of mental health for athletes.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Thursday that he wants the Legislature to approve the establishment of so-called mental health courts in each of California's 58 counties.
A 77-year-old man has been charged with murder by the Alameda County district attorney in the shooting death of a mentally-ill man in Fremont earlier this week.
The 90-day emergency declaration aimed at cleaning up San Francisco's Tenderloin District expires Thursday. The mayor’s office is saying just because that order is expiring; it doesn't mean the work is over.
One year ago on March 16, eight people were killed in shootings at spas in the Atlanta area. Six victims were Asian women.
Contra Costa County officials have agreed to a $4.5 million settlement in a deadly police shooting.
In an emotional interview, the parents of Stanford University soccer star Katie Meyer say they are struggling to understand why their daughter died by suicide this week.
The man at the center of a police abuse case that’s created a widening rift between San Francisco two top law enforcement officials told KTVU Thursday that he wants the officer "held accountable."
Tristan Lewis and Andrew Smith started The Healing, a nonprofit aiming to promote mental health and wellness among Black men.