Pathways to Hope: Local preacher helps normalize mental health issues.

There are people in our lives and communities that we assume always have it together, all of the time. From the impeccable PTA volunteers at our children’s…
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Back-to-School, Back-to-Mental Health Concerns?

Back-to-School, Back-to-Mental Health Concerns?

It's critical to determine if what our children are experiencing is part of the normal range of back-to-school nerves, or indicative of a larger mental health problem.
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De-Escalating a Dangerous Situation: SAPD’s Crisis Intervention Training

De-Escalating a Dangerous Situation: SAPD’s Crisis Intervention Training

San Antonio Police Department’s Crisis Intervention Training (CIT) is a local initiative to improve the way law enforcement and the community respond to people experiencing mental health crises.
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Summers: Now Vs. Then

Summers: Now Vs. Then

As parents, we know that our summers looked different from those of our children. Hustling our kids to different activities and camps isn’t allowing them to blossom in the ways we might hope.
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Mother turned filmmaker shares the fight for her child in “No Letting Go”

Parental intuition is a powerful force; one that shouldn’t be taken lightly. Imagine if you instinctively knew something was wrong with your child, but everywhere you…
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Strong Minds and Happy Hearts

As parents of tweens and teens, we must have so many challenging conversations with our children. We talk to them about the dangers of smoking, alcohol and drugs. We speak…
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Pinwheels for Change

To recognize Mental Health Awareness Month, One in Five Minds is introducing Pinwheels for Change. The colorful and vibrant pinwheels are no ordinary pinwheels,…
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Integrating Physical & Psychiatric Care

Integrating Physical & Psychiatric Care

We all have an intrinsic idea that the health of mind has an important correlation to the well being of the physical self. Even with this seemingly recognized connection, medical health care and mental health care have historically been separated.
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