Posts From August, 2019

Association Between Mass Shootings, Mental Illness Not Supported By Research

By Anthony Kassir
08/07/2019

  From APA Headlines, August 6, 2019: The Washington Post (8/5, Wan, Bever) reports that according to research, mental illness is not to blame for America’s mass shootings. In a 2018 report of active shooters, the FBI “found that 25 percent of active shooters had been diagnosed with a mental illness. And of those diagnosed, only three ... read more


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2022 APA Annual Meeting May 21-25

Jan 13, 2022
APA is gathering in-person for the first time since 2019, in the birthplace of jazz, New Orleans! Join APA in-person May 21-25 for the 2022 Annual Meeting, the premier

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DEA National RX Take Back Day

Oct 22, 2021
Saturday, October 23, 2021, from 10:00am to 2:00pm DEA National RX Take Back Day is an opportunity to dispose of unwanted, unused medications. To take advantage of this

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CA DEDICATES $20 M FOR “988” HOTLINE

Sep 04, 2021
From the California Department of Healthcare Services September 3, 2021 announcement Source: California State Association of Psychiatrists newsletter Volume 1, Issue 35 CALIFORNIA DEDICATES $20 MILLION TO SUPPORT

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