JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Missouri is set to be the first state in the nation to spell out the type of eating disorder treatments that insurance companies must cover, a move advocates say will ensure families have access to care for not just the physical aspect but also the underlying mental issues.
Five members of Carrillo family were found dead on the south side Tuesday.
Tuesday's discussion will focus on warning signs; how students, parents can help.
Dr. Michael Roizen and Dr. Mehmet Oz answer readers' questions weekly.
They include "locks, lights, out of sight" run-throughs twice a year.
Kirkpatrick urges VA to quickly hire more mental health professionals.
A new short-term psychiatric center for seniors needs hopeful artwork.
Tucson elected officials to participate in forum.
Rachel Vega is inspiration to coworkers at clinic's clients.
In the heavily Democratic district, it's winner take all in the primary between political newcomer Salomon Baldenegro Jr. and State Senator Olivia Cajero Bedford..
Southern Arizona can be proud of the comprehensive and accessible behavioral health services right here in Pima County. In many ways we are leading the nation, and communities throughout the country look to Tucson as a model.
It is a painful, but necessary, process to look back at January 8, 2011, and analyze how those single few fatal, horrifying seconds might have been averted.
Rep. Ron Barber, joined by four Democratic colleagues, unveiled legislation aimed at overhauling mental health care Tuesday.
Two longtime behavioral-health nonprofits in Southern Arizona have merged with a new name that’s effective today.
Bells will ring out at 10:10 this morning to mark the moment three years ago when a young man with a well-known history of mental illness, who nonetheless was able to purchase a gun and accessories to make it more lethally efficient, opened fire. In a matter of seconds he murdered six people…
Gun-control talk may have waned recently, but one local elected official is determined to bring it back to the forefront to start 2014.
A man accused of killing his former girlfriend’s infant child will undergo a mental-health evaluation to determine his competency.
I commend the Star for reprinting the Washington Post editorial on the need for research on accidental firearm deaths of children (“Info vital on scope of gun accidents involving kids,” Dec. 3).
A north-side man, reported to be suicidal, was shot and killed Monday by a sheriff’s deputy.