Kingsessing mass shooting reinforces need for mental health services, experts and advocates say
‘No matter what you look like or where you live, every Pennsylvanian deserves to be safe and feel safe in their community,’ Lt. Gov. Austin Davis said
Pa. bills providing $100M in aid for mental health programs are a lifeline. Here’s why | Opinion
The money will revolutionize Pa.'s mental health landscape and improve the lives of so many people.
Philly schools to offer digital mental health services to high school students
“The mental health of our students remains a top priority," Philadelphia Schools Superintendent Tony Watlington Sr. said.
Chestnut Ridge using new state, federal programs to expand services | Helping the Helpers
'We’ve always been the 24-hour mental health and crisis service for Fayette County,' CEO Mike Quinn said. 'That has been going on for 25 or more years.'
Long overdue, mental health’s time in the spotlight has finally come | Fletcher McClellan
Mental health depends on healthy lifestyles, vigorous politics, and responsive policies.
SEPTA strategy aims to connect vulnerable individuals to services
The plan details SEPTA's "strategy for addressing safety, security, and the challenges of the vulnerable population on its system."