New Research Suggests Technology Can Help With Anxiety, Depression From Social Distancing IsolationMental health professionals are concerned many people are struggling with anxiety and depression because of isolation and social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic. New research from Northwestern Medicine suggests technology might help.
The Children’s Services Council of Broward County Reminds You That May Is Mental Health Awareness MonthMany people, even outside of these trying times, experience mental health symptoms at some point in their life and symptoms can occur at any age and in people from all cultural backgrounds. It is important to ask questions, seek help, and most importantly, help those who may be experiencing issues regarding their mental health understand that they are not alone.
Heartbreaking Story Brings Much-Needed Attention To Mental Health Of Our Health Care WorkersA heartbreaking story from New York is calling much-needed attention to the mental health of our health care workers during the coronavirus crisis.
New Report Providing Pediatricians With Guidance On Helping Children With Mental Health IssuesWith an estimated one in every five children suffering from a mental disorder, such as anxiety and depression, a new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics aims to help doctors better help kids. 
Psychiatrist Shares How To Deal With Storm Stress In This Tech-Driven AgeIf you find yourself suffering from hurricane fatigue, Dr. Dan Bober has plenty of tips and techniques to get your mental health back in check.
Florida Education Officials Seek More Money For School Safety MeasuresFlorida education officials on Wednesday called on state lawmakers to boost spending on mental health services and armed security in schools, showing a continued focus on safety more than a year after a mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland.
Florida Education Officials Eye School Safety, Mental HealthWith the start of a new school year just around the corner, Florida officials are eyeing policy changes that would expand the number of mental health professionals in schools and ensure that charter schools are meeting safety requirements.
Florida Education Board Signs Off On Mental Health Instruction For StudentsPublic schools will be required to teach students at least five hours of mental health instruction beginning in 6th grade, under a mandate approved by the state Board of Education Wednesday and hailed by Florida's top educator as a “life saver.”
Rule Changes Aimed At Mental Health ServicesThe state is considering changes to rules surrounding who can provide Medicaid behavioral-health services, with the changes possibly increasing access to mental-health providers in places such as schools.
Florida First Lady Casey DeSantis Takes On Mental Health IssuesFlorida First Lady Casey DeSantis is taking on mental health as a major issue.
Children’s Services Council of Broward County Reminder: May Is Mental Health Awareness MonthMental Health symptoms can occur at any age and in people from all cultural backgrounds.