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  Mayor Malik Evans held a press conference Friday morning to announce the City Of Rochester will be with the county and other services to help the homeless issue in Rochester. One of the other key points discussed at the press conference was the heroin and opioid problem in the city along with mental health.

Looking for information on housing, social services, or mental health? Make sure you lock this date in your calendar for Saturday, August 20th. The Community Total Health & Wellness Fair will help anyone one in need of services provided by the City of Rochester and Monroe County. The fair will be at International Plaza 838 […]

Gabby Douglas is the latest star to stepping away from social media. The two-time Olympic gymnast, 26, announced on Instagram Sunday that she’s going on a social media hiatus in order to “heal” from the things that she says have been taking a toll on her mental health. “Hey guys👋Gabby here. I know I don’t post […]

Tom Holland the Spider-Man star decided it is “detrimental to his mental health” to delete his social media. Now THAT is being the superhero of your life! If I had it my way everyone take a break from social media every 3-4 months by deactivating and deleting all apps for 7 days, at least. Again, […]

The 11th Annual Community Health Fair will be held on Saturday, August 20, 2022. The location is the Boys & Girls Club of Rochester located at 500 Genesee Street.  The event will be from 10 AM – 2 PM. All Rochester community members are invited. There will be information and resources available for everyone. Local providers will […]

Last month, the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline was launched. While many mental health advocates were excited about this change as there was finally an easy-to-remember three-digit number for people to call, many were not as thrilled. Some advocates took to social media to voice concerns about 988 and warn people not to call it, […]

Over the weekend, United States’ first nationwide three-digit mental health crisis hotline went live nationwide. This 988 hotline is designed to be as easy to remember and use as 911, but instead of a dispatcher sending police, firefighters, or paramedics, it will connect callers with trained mental health counselors. According to the National Academy of […]

Rochester, for me, is one of the greatest small cities in the nation. I absolutely love my home, my community, my city! Once known as The World’s Image Center, the home of Frederick Douglass, and Susan B. Anthony. Rochester, N.Y. has now become the medical and technological epicenter of the world for higher education. We […]

New York Attorney General Letitia James continues to be busy creating change this time with mental health. AG James released her written testimony submitted on Monday to the Office of the Attorney General. The testimony in the public hearing was regarding the quality and accessibility of mental health across the New York State. Testimonies came […]

Google is teaming up with Oregon University to study the connection between smartphones and mental health. This is a 4 week study based people’s activities on phone’s along with questionnaires about their mental health. Your information will only be used for this study. To Read More Click Here. Source: 13WHAM-TV

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