January 15, 2015

Mental and physical health outcomes often intertwined

When it comes to the leading causes of death for Americans, chronic diseases such as cancer, and heart and respiratory diseases come to mind. Annually though, […]
February 11, 2016

Growing up hungry: food insecurity’s impact on mental health

Keep the commodity cheese away from Fawn White, thanks. “I hate commod cheese,” she said. “I despise it when I hear people say, ‘Oh, I love […]
April 15, 2016

National Stress Day 2016

People are different and the ways in which they handle stress are also different. What may be stressful to you may not be to another; therefore, […]
June 30, 2017

Dr. Stumblingbear-Riddle appointed to OK Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services Board

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 […]
February 12, 2019

Examining trauma provides insight into mental health disparities and poverty across Indian Country

Exposure to adverse, distressing events such as forced removal and cultural loss across multiple generations can manifest in anxiety, depression and other mental illnesses.
April 3, 2020

Mental self-care during quarantine

The CPN Behavioral Health Department shares some tips and practices found across the field of mental health treatment and recent recommendations from a variety of national organizations.
April 8, 2020

Social media use during quarantine

Most of us use our phones, tablets, and computers all day, and at times, well into the night. Technology can be very useful, but it can also cause some unnecessary worry.
April 10, 2020

Apps for mental health and introspection

The National Alliance on Mental Illness has a number of apps to help anyone with a smartphone and a desire to improve their mental health through practice and introspection.
April 14, 2020

Helping at a safe distance

While many people are helping in ways that make a direct impact right now, there are a great number of us who want to help but just simply do not currently do work in a direct care capacity.