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.
Comforting and rescuing people suffering from a mental health crisis is a major issue law enforcement agencies face when responding to 911 calls. And the Hennepin County Sheriff said it’s not unusual to see an uptick around the holidays.
Many of their stories start the same way. On the surface, everything seems fine, but underneath there's a battle between life and death.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is reaching out to farmers and agricultural communities with training sessions on how to help those struggling with thoughts of suicide.
Thousands of people gathered in the Twin Cities on Saturday to make a statement: If you are facing mental health problems, you are not alone.
One person dies by suicide every 40 seconds, according to figures by the World Health Organization.
The St. Paul Police Department is expanding a new program focused on helping those who struggle with mental health issues.
Service industry workers have some of the highest rates of depression and alcoholism, according to government reports. Despite the numbers, the server taking your order or cooking your meal likely doesn’t have health benefits.
Results from a new survey at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities show a rising number of students reporting mental health conditions. The numbers are more staggering for female students.
Hundreds crowded the rotunda at the Minnesota state Capitol Thursday for an annual plea to help with mental health care.
The Minneapolis police officer who shot and killed Justine Damond in July has yet to speak about the case, but body camera footage obtained by the Fox 9 Investigators shows Officer Mohamed Noor in action during another incident that is part of a current lawsuit in federal court.
The Ramsey County Sheriff said today one-third to maybe even two-thirds of the inmates at the jail could be mentally ill, but how to help those inmates continues to be an important an ongoing discussion.