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May 27, 2022

Cerebral, Meadows Institute, & the Lucine Center Team Up for People Needing Evidence-Based Trauma & Grief Care in Uvalde, TX

Today, Cerebral, in partnership with the Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute and its trauma and grief care partner, the Lucine Center, announced a partnership to bring no-cost trauma and grief-focused evidence-based care to people directly…

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May 27, 2022

Uvalde Resources

The devastating tragedy in Uvalde, Texas, will have ripple effects across communities, our state, and the nation in the months and even years to come. Similar to adults, children and adolescents are likely to experience…

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May 25, 2022

‘We Had to Work With Partners to Help Them See Mental Health as a Medical Need’

This article was originally published by The Pew Charitable Trusts on May 25, 2022. B.J. Wagner, the Senior Vice President of Health and Public Safety at Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute, has been a key…

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May 19, 2022

What are the biggest mental health needs for veterans?

This article was originally published by Fox7 Austin on May 19, 2022. AUSTIN, Texas – Sean Hanna, VP of Systems Innovation & Veteran Integration at the Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute joins FOX 7 Austin’s Mike Warren to discuss…

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April 30, 2022

Amarillo Area Foundation announces $475,000 grant to increase mental health care access

This article was originally published by Amarillo Globe-News on April 30, 2022. The Amarillo Area Foundation Thursday announced a $475,000 grant to collaborate with the Meadows Health Policy Institute in an effort to enhance mental…

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April 28, 2022

Addressing mental health in the Texas Panhandle

This article was originally published by ABC7 Amarillo on April 28, 2022. Barriers to healthcare affect millions in the United States and for those seeking mental healthcare, those roadblocks can be even more debilitating. The…

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April 25, 2022

Building a Resilient Future: Addressing Youth Mental Health

This article was originally published by Psychiatric Times on April 25, 2022. It was authored by our President and CEO Andy Keller, PhD, our Senior Fellow for Brain Capital Harris Eyre, MBBS, PhD, Erin Smith,…

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April 19, 2022

Thousands of 911 calls on track to be diverted from APD to mental health clinicians

This article was originally published by the FOX 7 Austin Digital Team on April 19, 2022. AUSTIN, Texas – Thousands of 911 calls are on track to be diverted away from law enforcement to mental…

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April 17, 2022

Children’s Health Launching New Effort to Combat Mental Health Crisis in Kids

This article was originally published by KXAS-TV (NBC, DFW) on April 17, 2022. If you have a child, chances are the pandemic has taken a toll on them. One out of three children in Texas…

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April 14, 2022

3 takeaways about teen mental health from episode of ‘Breakdown with #StephAndSteve’

This article was originally published by San Antonio’s KSAT 12 on April 14, 2022. SAN ANTONIO – The April 14 episode of “Breakdown with #StephAndSteve” focused on how the pandemic has affected teenagers’ mental health and what parents…

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April 14, 2022

Early Childhood Behavioral Development could impact long-term health; free program to help mothers with children ages 0-3

This article was originally published by the KPRC-TV NBC Houston on April 14, 2022. HOUSTON – The Episcopal Health Foundation funds early childhood brain development for kids ages 0-3. According to EHF, early childhood brain development programs are…

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March 31, 2022

“Ghost Networks” for Mental Health

This article was originally published by Mindsite News on March 31, 2022. Senate finance committee goes to bat for mental health parity The United States Senate Committee on Finance held its third hearing on mental…

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