Comorbid conditions, often including some form of dementia, increases the challenge of pinpointing and treating behavioral health and substance abuse issues in older populations.
Last month, the Tennessee Association of Mental Health Organizations (TAMHO), which represents 20 community mental health Centers and other non-profit behavioral health care providers, announced results from the first year of the Tennessee Health Link program.
Acadia Healthcare CMO Michael Genovese, MD, JD, tackles misconceptions around mental health and addiction.
From adverse traumatic experiences to ongoing toxic stress, childhood traumas often play a role in adult physical, mental and emotional health.
Although the need is great, Middle Tennessee is fortunate to have dedicated professionals focused on helping the next generation reach their full potential.
Experts say screenings, education, early intervention key to improving, maintaining mental health.
Last month, Nashville-based ChanceLight Behavioral Health, Therapy and Education, a leading provider of behavioral health and education solutions for children and young adults, announced Kevin Mitchell has been promoted to executive vice president for finance.
Centerstone has embraced integrated, coordinated care to improve the physical, emotional and behavioral health of their clients while driving down costs to the healthcare system.
Richard Shelton, MD, is on a mission to bring the latest medical breakthroughs to mental health patients faster than ever.
Calling it a 'Christmas miracle,' U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander discusses the importance of the 21st Century Cures Act.
There is new leadership at the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services as Commissioner Doug Varney steps down and Marie Williams is named his successor.
The Tennessee Association of Mental Health Organizations (TAMHO) is preparing for their annual conference, which is scheduled for December 13-14 at the Franklin Cool Springs Marriott Hotel in Williamson County.
In October, TriStar Health and Maury Regional Medical Center filed a Certificate of Need application with the Tennessee Health Services and Development Agency for a freestanding inpatient behavioral health services facility to be located in Columbia, Tenn.
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