Having a strong cultural identity and participating in traditional customs, ceremonies and other Native American practices can positively influence mental health across Indian Country and help to decrease attempted suicide across all age groups.
Submitted by Lenzy Krehbiel-Burton The international mental health community is gearing up for its yearly, planned moment in the spotlight. The World Health Organization observes World Mental Health Day annually on Oct. 10 to raise awareness of mental health issues around the globe and better mobilize support networks. With up to half of all conditions Read More »
Citizen Potawatomi Nation’s Behavioral Health Clinic experiences very few “slow days,” a result likely related to the inadequate behavioral and mental healthcare services in the United States as a whole. Along with determined support from the tribal leadership and CPN Health Services, the behavioral health program has benefitted from the leadership of Dr. Glenna Stumblingbear-Riddle. Read More »