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    • Posted: 07/28/2015
    • AP: Mental Health Experts Respond Carefully To Mass Killings
    • ach time mental illness is cited as a possible factor in a high-profile mass killing, there's a collective sigh among mental health professionals. Even as they see an opportunity for serious discussions of problems and remedies, they also worry about setb
    • Posted: 07/21/2015
    • Seeking Nominations for Mental Health Heroes
    • AspenPointe is looking for a hero. The organization is seeking nominations for its 8th annual Heroes of Mental Health Award, which will be presented during the Heroes of Mental Health Luncheon on Oct. 1 at the Broadmoor. The Heroes of Mental Health Lun
    • Posted: 07/16/2015
    • Colorado Lawmakers Study School Violence, Mental Health
    • 25 percent of middle and high school students reported being depressed for at least two weeks in 2013, according to the anonymous Healthy Kids Colorado Survey overseen by the state health department.
    • Posted: 07/08/2015
    • KRDO TV: Be Courteous of Vets With PTSD on July Fourth
    • If you're getting ready to celebrate the upcoming holiday weekend with a bang, here's a reminder to be courteous. The sound of fireworks, can remind many of independence. But for veterans who have Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), it's the sound o
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