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Mental Health (INACTIVE)

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  • Amanda Bynes on mental hold after allegedly setting fire

    Actress Amanda Bynes was detained by Ventura County sheriff's deputies Monday and hospitalized for a mental health evaluation after she set a small fire in front of a Thousands Oaks home, authorities said Tuesday. Bynes, who is already facing drug...
  • Manning testifies: 'I'm sorry that I hurt the United States'

    Manning testifies: 'I'm sorry that I hurt the United States'
    Army Pfc. Bradley E. Manning, speaking for the first time since he was charged with espionage for leaking thousands of military and diplomatic documents, apologized that his actions hurt the United States and told a judge Wednesday that he was "dealing...
  • Florida groups get $7.8 million in grants to sign up people for Obamacare

    Florida groups get $7.8 million in grants to sign up people for Obamacare
    WASHINGTON -- Federal officials announced on Thursday that the Florida Covering Kids & Families program in Tampa will get the biggest grant in the state to carry out a “navigator” program intended to help consumers sign up for health insurance...
  • Bradley Manning apologizes for leaking classified documents

    FT. MEADE, Md. — Turning in the witness chair to face the judge, sometimes choking on his words, Army Pfc. Bradley Manning on Wednesday apologized that he had "hurt people" and "hurt the United States" by leaking the largest amount of U.S....
  • Bradley Manning apologizes for hurting people and the United States

    Bradley Manning apologizes for hurting people and the United States
    FT. MEADE, Md. — Turning in the witness chair to face the judge, sometimes choking on his words, Army Pfc. Bradley Manning apologized Wednesday that he “hurt people and hurt the United States” by leaking the largest amount of U.S....
  • Bringing addicts in from the streets

    Bringing addicts in from the streets
    It is mid-morning on a recent Friday in West Baltimore, and there is a long line snaking down the street and around the corner. Why? Vendors are dispensing free heroin samples. In other areas of the city, buyers are risking arrest and drug contamination...
  • Mental health and substance abuse agencies merge

    Mental health and substance abuse agencies merge
    Baltimore Substance Abuse Systems and Baltimore Mental Health Systems will merge this fall as the field moves to integrating substance abuse and mental health treatment. The new organization will be named Behavioral Health System Baltimore, employ 70...
  • UConn Finally Poised To Ban Faculty-Student Sex

    Kudos to University of Connecticut President Susan Herbst for proposing a real faculty-student consensual sexual relationship policy. It took 25 years, a changing perspective on professors' ethical responsibilities and a woman president at UConn to get...
  • Is manager's zero-tolerance policy on criminal activity legal?

    Is manager's zero-tolerance policy on criminal activity legal?
    Question: My company owns and manages several large rental communities. After very strong encouragement from our local police department, I agreed to establish a "zero tolerance" policy for criminal activity by any of our residents. If a police call...
  • Sandy Hook Panel's Focus Turns From Guns To School Safety

    Officials can turn a school into an armed camp, in an effort to make it safer, with metal detectors, bulletproof glass, armed guards and armed teachers. Or they can take a different approach. They can promote good basic building security measures for...
  • Maryland not in position to restore eliminated teams, Wallace Loh says

    Maryland not in position to restore eliminated teams, Wallace Loh says
    The University of Maryland is not yet financially able to restore any of the seven teams eliminated last year and must instead use limited athletic department revenues to fund other priorities — including some on the academic side, President Wallace...