Continuing conversations on mental health in the Black community – By SHAWN BRYSON | PUBLISHED: Oakland Press, February 15, 2022

On January 21, just days before launching his music career, 26-year-old Ian Alexander Jr.— the son of Academy Award winning actress Regina King — died by suicide. A devastating loss for his family, friends and all who knew him, King’s death caused the topic of mental health in the Black community to rise once again…

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How to Be Your Best Self for Your Loved Ones This Valentine’s Day

February 14th is recognized and celebrated throughout the world as Valentine’s Day. While it has historically been primarily perceived as a day to celebrate romantic love, countless newer initiatives promote Valentine’s Day as a time for self-love and demonstrating general acts of love and kindness throughout our communities. Since the world changed with COVID-19, many…

Depressed in 2022? You’re not Alone!

Mental health trends are something that organizations like SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) and NIMH (National Institute of Mental Health) track and report. This makes sense so that we can prepare for upcoming challenges in treating mental illness and is something that we do at Rose Hill Center as well. Paying attention…

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How Can a Psychiatric Treatment Facility Help You?

Treatment for anxiety, clinical depression, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, schizophrenia, and other mental health disorders is complex. Individuals with mental health disorders have highly personalized needs based on their unique makeup and circumstances. To stabilize, recover, and thrive, these individuals need consistent, sustained support from compassionate, highly-trained mental health professionals like those at Rose Hill…