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Linden Lodge Foundation Calls For Papers…

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Annual Linden Lodge Yard Sale

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Medicaid waivers allowed for inpatient psychiatric treatment

Hallelujah! This can have a major impact on our area, both locally and statewide, and on the population the Linden Lodge Foundation supports and serves. Please check out the news below and consider making the pledge to support more access … Continue reading

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Hello, My name is Wil Wheaton….

My name is Wil Wheaton. I live with chronic Depression, and I am not ashamed. blog I’m about to go speak to NAMI Ohio’s statewide conference, Fulfilling the Promise. These are the remarks I prepared for my speech. Before I … Continue reading

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Horrific deaths, brutal treatment: Mental illness in America’s jails

The Linden Lodge Foundation would like to share a ground-breaking report “Horrific deaths, brutal treatment: Mental illness in America’s jails,” published by The Virginia Pilot. In a nine-month investigation, reporter Gary Harki and several Marquette University students tracked the deaths of 404 … Continue reading

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Can We Stop Labeling Ourselves With Our Mental Illnesses?

Hattie Gladwell Metro.co.uk You are not OCD. You have OCD. That’s an important distinction. I really wish people would stop labelling themselves – and others – with their mental illness. What I’m talking about is discussing mental illness as though … Continue reading

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6 reasons why people commit suicide

Alex Lickerman, MD | Conditions | June 3, 2010 Though I’ve never lost a friend or family member to suicide, I have lost a patient. I have known a number of people left behind by the suicide of people close … Continue reading

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Taking on Stigma Through Mental Illness Awareness

9 Ways To Fight Mental Health Stigma By Laura Greenstein | Oct. 11, 2017   Most people who live with mental illness have, at some point, been blamed for their condition. They’ve been called names. Their symptoms have been referred to as “a … Continue reading

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A Complicated Relationship: Anxiety, Depression or Something More?

Vinay Saranga MD Saranga Psychiatry -Child, Adolescent, Adult Psychiatrist People often refer to ‘anxiety and depression’ as if they are the same illness. They share some similar symptoms like fatigue, increased irritability and worthlessness. Yet, even with their similarities, they … Continue reading

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Linden Lodge Joins With NAMI in Grieving the Loss of a Staunch Mental Health Ally

NAMI Mourns the Loss of Senator Pete Domenici Sep 13 2017 ARLINGTON, Va., September 13, 2017 – NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is saddened to hear the news that former-Senator Pete Domenici of New Mexico has passed away. … Continue reading

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