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‘Your story is not over’: Psychologist talks awareness on World Suicide Prevention Day

World Suicide Prevention Day, a day organized by the International Association of Suicide Prevention, offers an opportunity to have a conversation that can be difficult.

DHS withheld intelligence bulletin calling out Russian attack on Biden’s mental health

In early July the Department of Homeland Security withheld publication of an intelligence bulletin warning law enforcement agencies of a Russian scheme to promote “allegations about the poor mental health” of former Vice President Joe Biden.

UNCW student therapists provide teletherapy services for mental health

There's a more affordable healthcare option on its way to the area thanks to UNCW's Psychotherapy and Assessment Clinic. 

NC sees disturbing trend of mental health issues during pandemic

North Carolina health officials are warning of a disturbing trend in mental health issues during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Kim Kardashian asks for ‘compassion and empathy’ after Kanye West’s recent behavior

Kim Kardashian addressed husband Kanye West's recent erratic behavior, at public appearances and on social media, calling for "compassion and empathy."

NC mental health counselors help police officers respond to 911 calls

Chapel Hill Police Department is the only department in the Triangle that has mental health clinicians help officers respond to 911 calls.

Pence speaks on mental health benefits of getting outdoors

Second Lady Karen Pence visited Great Smoky Mountains National Park to talk about the mental health benefits of spending time outdoors as officials announced the second phase of a plan to reopen all park trails.

Veterans groups, govt brace for surge in mental health needs

The Department of Veterans Affairs and its partner mental health providers have kept thousands of veterans in treatment during the coronavirus pandemic through telehealth appointments.

NCDHHS awarded $2M grant to support mental health response to COVID-19

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services has been awarded a $2 million grant from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) to support the state’s behavioral health response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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BALLOT MIX-UP: Brunswick County woman told she ‘already voted’

Imagine going to the polls to cast your ballot, only to be told you've already voted. That's exactly what happened to a Brunswick County woman on Wednesday.

Supreme Court leaves NC absentee ballot deadline at Nov. 12

The Supreme Court will allow absentee ballots in North Carolina to be received and counted up to nine days after Election Day.

Dogs say “I do” for a good cause in Sunset Beach

A pair of dogs in Sunset Beach tied a knot stronger than any leash on Wednesday night at Sunset Beach. 

Counties reach 50% turn out during early voting, expect to surpass 2016 numbers

There are still three full days left of early voting, but we're seeing turnout across the state far surpassing numbers in years past. Counties in the Cape Fear are already reaching the 50% mark of ballots cast.