San Diego mental disorder
In this schematic, reduced activation in discrete medial prefrontal brain regions is depicted (in blue) in schizophrenia patients, occurring 0.2 seconds after sound changes (top panel), cascading forward to widespread brain regions associated with the automatic activation of attentional networks 0.1 second later (bottom panel). Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of […]
Home is where recovery begins. This is the main message of two new commercials produced by the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) which are now airing in local television and radio stations. The commercials can be viewed at HousingMattersSd.org. The two spots are part of Housing Matters, an education campaign that […]
Understanding that having a stable place to live is the first step to recovery from a mental disorder, the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) today launched an education campaign that aims to erase stigma and housing discrimination against people with a mental illness. The Housing Matters campaign also hopes to reduce […]
One in 4 adults and 1 in 5 children in San Diego County suffer from a mental disorder or difficulty in any given year, and depression is one of the most common. Often times, people don’t seek the help they need but a week-long series of depression screenings aims to make getting help more convenient […]
On May 21st 2010, San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency (HHSA) officials were joined by dozens of people living with a mental illness, together with their family and friends to bring awareness to stigma and how everybody plays a role in eliminating it. “Labels hurt. Stigma hurts,” Markov Manalo, Recovery Educator/Employment Coordinator with […]
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