APD captured everything on body camera footage.
You're encouraged to upload your own video of yourself taking the pledge and post and share.
Staying at home is hard for many people, Gov. Gavin Newsom noted, adding that some people are coping while others are struggling.
Psychology expert Dr. Glenn Albright joins Marcel Clarke to talk about college students and their mental health as classes move online due to COVID-19.
ADRN has set up a coronavirus response hotline and has been answering calls, talking through problems, and praying to help put people's minds at ease.
While staying indoors and self-quarantining can be effective in helping to slow the spread of COVID-19, isolation can be particularly dangerous for people in recovery and those struggling with addiction.
The Austin Center for Grief & Loss is offering telehealth services to support people in our community coping with additional stress resulting from concerns regarding the coronavirus/COVID-19.
Marcel Clarke speaks with therapist Angela Funke about staying healthy mentally during the COVID-19 outbreak.
The powerful form of psychotherapy can help those suffering mental health conditions like PTSD or anxiety, and its very simple to learn.
Following half-a-dozen student deaths by suicide in Blaine, MN, police, parents and area schools are stepping up to make changes and get help to young adults who need it.
Under "Project Tsukurou," Fishtown's Crown and Feather Tattoo Co. offers free services for self-harm victims who want to turn their scars into art.
A mother in Australia posted a heartbreaking video on Facebook of her son as he told her he wanted to die because of the bullying he endures at school.
Two years ago, Daniel Hurd decided to bike across America. He says he has biked 14,000 miles through 37 states and has helped over 50 people through the journey.
Right now, a program is in the works to curb the problem in Texas and it could mirror what is already being done at the Austin Police Department. Here to talk about this more is APD's Wellness Program Chaplain Rick Randall.
Nicole Warren with Integral Care joins Marcel Clarke to discuss suicide prevention in Austin.
AOT is a way to get services to those who refuse voluntary treatment by allowing courts to order certain individuals with mental illness or addiction to comply with treatment while living in the community.
A Hernando County deputy used Narcan to save a child’s life after he attempted suicide on New Year’s Eve.
Signs you may be experiencing "holiday blues" include fatigue, losing interest in activities you normally enjoy, trouble making decisions or concentrating, withdrawing from friends and family, anger, irritability, and sadness.
The F.Y.I. Community Health & Well-Being Seminar Series was developed by Round Rock ISD counseling services to inform the community about timely health and well-being topics affecting today’s high school students.
Danny Smith, mental health services director for the Travis County Sheriff's Office, joins Marcel Clarke to discuss the collaboration between Baylor University and TCSO to calculate inmate suicide risk.