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YMCA of Bucks and Hunterdon Counties was awarded a $25,000 grant by the local nonprofit Foundations Community Partnership (FCP) on April 10 at the Doylestown branch. The operational grant recognizes …

Lenape Valley Foundation has tapped David Herold as its new chief executive officer, the Doylestown-based behavioral and mental health services nonprofit recently announced.

In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Month, join ACME Screening Room, 25 S. Union St., Lambertville, N.J., at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 18, for a screening of “The Wisdom of Trauma” followed by …

Bucks County Commissioner Gene DiGirolamo didn’t mince words Tuesday morning, as health care providers and state and local officials broke ground for Bright Path Center in Doylestown …

The 2024 State of Education report from the Pennsylvania School Boards Association found two-thirds of the state’s 500 school districts reported mental health needs as a challenge facing their …

Debbie Tallman Curtis’s bike ride from San Diego to New York City in honor of her son Brock included a stop in Bucks County Tuesday. Through the 3,000+ mile ride, Curtis is spreading a message of hope and acceptance, raising awareness of mental health issues, and generating donations to support suicide prevention efforts.

In order to help break the stigma about mental health issues, Bucks County Community College presents “NAMI In Our Own Voice” at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 2, at the Newtown Campus and online.

Chalfont Borough Council is opposing a proposed amendment to the Pennsylvania Workers’ Compensation Act that’d allow first responders dealing with post-traumatic stress injuries to qualify.

The Collegiate Recovery Program (CRP) at Bucks County Community College is hosting a free Recovery and Mental Health Community Resource Fair 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, March 9.The event will be held in …

After Pennsylvania State Rep. Brian Munroe saw a video created by three Central Bucks South High School students, he knew he wanted to work with them.

Plans for a far more effective and comprehensive way to help those struggling with mental illness and substance abuse disorders are progressing in Doylestown, according to experts in the field.

Bucks County leaders partnered with Delaware Valley University to host a mental health forum this month to unite and inform those seeking relief.Recognizing the growing mental health epidemic and the …

New Hope-Solebury School District has launched a partnership with the Cook Center for Human Connection, a nonprofit organization committed to providing resources and support for those with mental …

Delaware Valley University is teaming up with leaders and groups across the region for a community educational forum Oct. 5 to unite people who want to learn more about accessing mental health services in Bucks County.

Most parents know that the mental health and well-being of our children is essential to their academic success and their futures in general. That’s why it’s vital the Central Bucks School …

Lambertville painter Gwenn Seemel’s new series of surreal paintings that are helping people talk about their feelings – from a project funded in part by the Puffin Foundation – will be on …

With shovels in hand, Bucks County officials recently broke ground on the area’s first mental health facility designed to keep those with mental health disorders out of the county’s jail.

The Bucks County Commissioners have approved funding for a mental health facility designed to interrupt the flow of those with mental health disorders going to jail.

The parents, teachers, administration and board of school directors at New Hope-Solebury understand the gravity of the “new pandemic” — our nationwide mental health crisis. As the president of …

Bucks police train to aid those in crisis

Law enforcement officers from across Bucks County recently took part in a training program designed to support them when they’re interacting with people struggling with mental health …

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