Friday, December 30, 2011

Dec. 30: Staying Informed! Mental Health News from Around the Country

By Brendan McLean, NAMI Communications Coordinator

From local events to tips to staying healthy to groundbreaking research studies, NAMI provides the most up-to-date information on mental illness from around the country on the NAMI Twitter page every day.

Keeping you informed about current mental health issues and what NAMI is up to as it happens is extremely important to us. Twitter allows us to let you know about the latest information on treatments or mental illness as soon as we know about it ourselves. If you have access to the most up-to-date information it can help you can make the best choices for you and your loved ones—or simply learn something new.

Connecting with NAMI on Twitter also gives you an easy way to contact and let us know what’s happening in your neighborhood!

Just in case you missed them, here are the five most popular links from last week:

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A Great Depression: Why Individuals with Mental Illness Aren't Being Treated:
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Even Today, the Stigma of Mental Illness Won't Fade: Help us make a difference!
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Mentally ill flood ER as states cut services:
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The Perfect Marriage: Science Begins To Explain Why Antidepressants and Talk Therapy Go Hand in Hand:
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Ethnic Disparities Persist in #Depression Diagnosis, Treatment:
28 Dec@NAMICommunicate

To stay informed and get the latest information from NAMI as it happens just follow us on Twitter!


St Louis Psychiatrists said...

NAMI has taken up a great challenge, yet doing also a good job in keeping up to the words..
Very analytical & informative content. Thank you.

St Louis Psychiatrists said...

I came across the new campaign that NAMI has taken upon, "Stigma Busters" which is indeed a bold move towards the society. Certain people are being at the center of finger points, for having certain mental problems. It is a ridiculous attitude that people have towards people with mental disorders. Please, have compassion, like any other disease mental illness is also curable like many other illnesses but maybe the progress is a bit slower. If people can welcome a Chicken pox cured patient with much compassion among the crowd, then why not to a person who was suffering from Alzheimer? Such discrimination no human truly deserves.

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