The Spokane Police Department released new crime numbers as apart of Mayor David Condon's One Spokane Policy Report.
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BILLINGS, Mont. - Youth Dynamics in Billings is bringing attention to mental illnesses in adults and children during Mental Health Wellness Week.
A complaint filed by Disability Rights Montana, Inc., on behalf of all prisoners with serious mental illness confined to the Montana State Prison will move forward.
BOZEMAN - First responders are often asked to help people in the midst of severe mental health issues. A new Gallatin County program is hiring mental health experts to help when someone calls 911 in the midst of a crisis.
One Wisconsin doctor is raising awareness for mental illness by running 5ks in all fifty states.
NEW YORK - The promoter of a botched, highly publicized music festival in the Bahamas has been sentenced to six years in prison. Billy McFarland was sentenced on Thursday in Manhattan federal court. McFarland has twice pleaded guilty to charges. First, he admitted earlier this year he defrauded investors in the 2017 Fyre Festival. Then, weeks later, he pleaded guilty to charges in a ticket selling scam.
After weeks of evaluations by forensic psychologists, Pamela Courtnage, the woman who is charged with killing her mother was found unfit for trial for the second time. A forensic psychologist professor from the University of Montana to broke down the process on how they determine to deem someone unfit to stand trial. The first step is actually seeing if they understand the charges that are brought against them. From there professor Laura Kirsch said it's a very detailed proces...
BALTIMORE (AP) - Divorce filings from the parents of the suspect in a deadly shooting at a Florida video game tournament say that as an adolescent he was twice hospitalized in psychiatric facilities. That's according to court records in his home state of Maryland reviewed by The Associated Press. Authorities say 24-year-old David Katz of Baltimore opened fire Sunday at a gaming bar inside in Jacksonville.
Join the National Alliance on Mental Health for their upcoming free program offered to folks throughout Central Montana. The two classes, both peer-to-peer and family-to-family, will discuss a range of support, education and advocacy for those with mental illness. Some potential disorders of discussion include: major depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder, borderline personality disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder,...
Bill MacPhee is a mental health recovery expert who has lived with schizophrenia since he was in his twenty's. He is here in Great Falls to speak about his road to recovery at the Montana state conference on mental illness, hoping to teach people about life outside their disorder. In his younger years he was hospitalized 6 times, lived in group homes 3 times and even attempted suicide, and now he teaches people how to recover from mental illnesses. Bill had a childhood passio...