Baltimore Interior Designer Shares His Mental Health Story for Mental Health Awareness MonthBaltimore interior designer Patrick Sutton is speaking up about how his mother’s mental illness impacted his life and his designs. 
Howard County Investing $2.1M To Expand Student Access To Mental Health ResourcesHoward County will use $2.1 million to expand mental health services in its public school system, which educates a total of nearly 58,000 students.
Pratt Library Launches Peer Navigators Service Promoting Overall Well-Being At Pennsylvania Ave. BranchEach Tuesday, people can meet with peer recovery specialists who serve as a role model in a safe non-judgmental space.
Archdiocese Of Baltimore's Shift To Optional Masking Sparks ExcitementThere’s excitement in the air for some families after the Archdiocese of Baltimore said it would transition to optional masking on Monday.
BMore Well: Fighting Through The Winter BluesLocal experts say stress, anxiety and social isolation will make Seasonal Affective Disorder worse for you.
LifeBridge Heath's Center For Hope Adds Two Therapy Dogs To TeamLifeBridge Health's Center for Hope has a new addition to its team. And he's trained to provide comfort and support to clients going through some really challenging times.
Rise In Teen Girls With 'Tic-Like' Behaviors Could Be Linked To TikTok, Doctors SayResearchers said when they began interviewing patients, many reported that the behaviors began after watching videos on platforms like TikTok and Youtube “showing persons allegedly having Tourette’s syndrome.”
Sheppard Pratt Opens New Opioid Clinic To Serve Baltimore County ResidentsSheppard Pratt opened its new Opioid Treatment Clinic to help care for those suffering from opioid addiction and to provide mental health care for Baltimore County residents. 
Feds Award $18.2 Million To Five Local Organizations Offering Mental Health Services, Substance Use TreatmentThe federal government awarded $18.2 million to five Maryland organizations to increase access to mental health services and substance use treatment, Maryland's Congressional Democrats announced on Wednesday.
Social Media Proven To Have Long-Term Negative Effects On Teens And Young Adults, Reports SayRecent reports say that social media can cause social media problems in young adults and teens.
Hopkins Researchers Release App Aimed At Tracking Student AnxietyTwo Johns Hopkins University researchers have released an app that aims to track student anxiety.