Healing Youth Alliance Group Focuses On Mental Health & Trauma Within The Young Black Community In BaltimoreBaltimore teenagers are educating their friends on issues of mental health and trauma within the African American community as part of a group called the Healing Youth Alliance. 
Howard County Police Announces New Program To Assist 911 Callers Dealing With Mental Health CrisesSome 911 callers in Howard County will soon be connected with mental health professionals instead of police.
Law Named For Tommy Raskin Will Help Marylanders Suffering From Depression, Mental IllnessesIn less than two weeks, a new law will take effect to help people in Maryland suffering from depression and other mental illnesses.
Suicide Attempts Rose Among Adolescent Girls During Pandemic, ER Data SuggestThe United States saw a significant rise in suspected suicide attempts among teen girls during the pandemic, a new study from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention finds.
Trauma Informed Unit For Young People Opening At UMD Children's HospitalA trauma-informed unit for young people is opening its doors in Baltimore City at The University of Maryland. The unit will welcome children who need help navigating through a crisis.
Carjacking Suspect Took Victim's Pants Before Fleeing Hospital In Glen Burnie, Police SayAnne Arundel County police are searching for a man who allegedly carjacked a person inside the parking garage at University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center in Glen Burnie on Wednesday.
95% Of College Students Are Experiencing Depression As A Result Of The COVID-19 Pandemic, Study SaysWhen the world went virtual due to the coronavirus pandemic, a generation of students lost so much that was precious to them.
Documentary 'Bastard's Road' Follows Maryland Veteran's Healing After Coming Home From Iraq WarAn award-winning documentary about an incredible 6,000-mile journey made by a local Marine Corps veteran is set for national release Tuesday.
Baltimore Mayor Announces Pilot Program To Direct Some 911 Calls To Mental Health ProfessionalsBaltimore Mayor Brandon Scott announced a pilot program Friday that would direct some 911 calls to mental health professionals rather than police.
Baltimore County Expanding Emergency Crisis Response ProgramsBaltimore County is expanding its emergency crisis response programs to help those experiencing a behavioral health crisis.
CDC Study: Virtual School Can Be Damaging To Children's Mental HealthVirtual instruction may pose more risks to the mental health and wellness of children and parents than in-person learning, according to a study published Thursday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.