Small businesses navigate emotional turmoil brought on by Covid-19
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and many business owners are grappling with a sense of uncertainty.
By Nikita Allen | May 6, 2020
Journaling, meditation and other self-care things to do at home
Here are nine ways to combat coronavirus information overload.
By Brandi Williams | April 6, 2020
Wednesday Wellness: At No Grease barbering school, students get training in ‘mental health first aid’
Co-owner Damien Johnson says the "level of intimacy" between barber and customer sometimes opens a door to substantive discussions relating to mental health.
By GlennOaks Media | May 22, 2019
Black health spotlight: Rwenshaun Miller, his mental health struggles now fuel his advocacy
Failed suicide attempts and diagnosed with bipolar disorder, Rwenshaun Miller says “Let’s Talk About It” to end the stigma around mental health
By Katrina Louis | April 17, 2019
How Michelle Williams triggered my memories of depression
Recent news about former Destiny’s Child member Michelle Williams checking into a medical facility for depression triggered a memory about […]
By Brandi Williams | July 25, 2018
Study shines spotlight on mental health issues in Charlotte-Mecklenburg
'Navigating the Maze' identifies gaps in services and provides strategies for improving the system. Access to treatment is a major barrier to economic mobility. Raising awareness and early intervention is key to preventing chronic mental illness, suicides.
By GlennOaks Media | June 19, 2018
How I got training to help others going through mental health crisis
I recently went back to school. I squeezed into a small, crowded room with 27 people and sat through an […]
By Sondra E. Z. Hines | November 16, 2017
NCCU professor will trek 10,000 miles for mental health awareness
Robert Horne, who teaches in the NCCU School of Education, left Thursday on a motorcycle ride that will see him practically circle the United States.
By Glenn Burkins | June 30, 2017
Holiday depression is real; 8 ways to battle the blues
Several factors can trigger holiday depression: finances, loneliness, stress from obligations, and Seasonal Affective Disorder, which is caused from shorter days with less sunlight.
By Ayesha Qureshi, MPH | December 14, 2016