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Support Systems Instead of Jail for Mental Health Needs

It’s time to approach public safety from a mental health perspective. Learn how teams in Detroit are working to divert those with mental health needs away from jail and toward community support.

Improving Mental Health At School

Educators and student support personnel are helping kids access evidence-based mental health techniques. Can this program grow?

Imperative of Addressing Childhood Trauma in Detroit

When young Black boys were overdiagnosed with ADHD and ODD, experts started asking why. What they learned shapes an imperative to address the trauma these kids experience.

Practical Ways to Carve Out Time for Self-Care

It feels like there aren't enough hours in the day to dedicate to work, family and other obligations — let alone self-care. But it's easier to prioritize your physical, mental and emotional well-being than you realize, a local clinical psychologist says.

How Will You Respond When Your Baby Cries?

Experts in infant mental health explain why a baby's first relationships are so important to life-long psychological well-being.

Understanding Bipolar Disorder

A local expert decodes this mental health disorder and offers advice for supporting your loved ones with bipolar disorder.

The Mental Toll of a Physical Illness

Whether it's an autoimmune disease, chronic illness or long-lasting COVID symptoms, physical ailments can have a negative impact on your mental health — and vice versa. Here, two experts weigh in on the effects and how you can cope.

The Mental Health Struggles of a College Student

During a normal school year, college students report high levels of anxiety and depression, but this year is anything but normal. How are they coping during the pandemic? Here, two experts offer insight.

Managing Work-From-Home Stress

A local licensed professional counselor offers three tips for coping with the stress of working from home while children are remote learning this year.

Bouncing Back to a New School Year

It's not uncommon for kids to struggle with the transition from summer fun to school and studying, but this school year brings its own challenges for students. How can parents help kids cope? Two local experts offer advice.

Prioritizing Mental Health for People of Color

The gap for minority communities receiving quality mental health care has been long-known but current events make it more critical to address. Here's what needs to be done.

Is it Time to Seek Help from a Therapist?

A local psychotherapist weighs in on when it's the right time to speak to a therapist — and how you can find the right fit.
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Family Fun Things to Do This Weekend in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

Looking for some family fun? Check out our list of events and other things to do this weekend.

Family Fun Things to Do At Home This Weekend in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

Looking for some family fun virtual things to do while you're staying safely at home with your family? Check out our list of fun online virtual events happening this weekend — and any time!

10 Examples of Patriotism That Parents Should Teach Their Kids

What should American children know about our country, and how can parents instill patriotism for kids at their home? Teachers share these 10 examples of patriotism.

Cedar Point Hours, Ticket Cost, Rides and More

America’s Rockin’ Roller Coast is set to open on May 14, 2021. Here’s everything you need to know about making your yearly trip with the kids.

Toddler Getting Out of Bed Repeatedly? Here’s How to Stop It

Get some much-needed rest with these expert tips.
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