Children First Receives Mental Health And Child Safety Support From Community Foundation Of Sarasota CountyThe Community Foundation of Sarasota County has provided Children First with a $30,000 Equity and Access Grant supporting access to mental health care for Sarasota County’s most vulnerable young children and families. Children First also received a Community Impact Grant from the Community Foundation in the amount of $4,963.17 to provide car seats to children in need.
Governor DeSantis Puts $12 Million Towards First Responder Mental HealthOfficials say the money will expand mental health resources and peer support for first responders in the state.
Breaking The Stigma: CBS2's Cindy Hsu Shares Her Most Personal Story With Dana TylerMental health is extremely personal, and not something many people open up about, but every year, millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental illness.
Former TB Rays Prospect Found Guilty Of Triple Murder In CaliforniaA former Tampa Bay Rays prospect and former first round draft pick in 2011 has been convicted of a gruesome triple murder of his father, uncle and an ADT employee in California. 
Dunwoody Provides Not-For-Profit Grants Using CARES FundingDunwoody provides not-for-profit grants using CARES funding.
New Study: Physician 'Burnout' Contributing To Increase In Suicide RatesThe COVID-19 pandemic has brought on a troubling trend, a rise in suicides among physicians and now their families are asking for more protection and treatment options for doctors during the pandemic. Newly released data shows cases of burnout in healthcare are skyrocketing.
Hillsborough School Board Discusses Child Trauma/Mental Health IssuesThe Hillsborough County School Board met on Tuesday to discuss multiple topics including student trauma and mental health issues and possibly focusing tax dollars toward these issues. 
Tampa Bay Crisis Center Reports Thousands Of Calls Due To COVID-19Local experts are giving an update on mental and emotional health statistics that have changed during the COVID-19 pandemic. They report receiving thousands of calls regarding the newly mandated regulations and adapting to those limitations. 
Substance Abuse/Mental Health Services Suffering From Underfunding In FloridaSince COVID-19, of course traditional patient care has changed. McKinnon says in January, the CFBHN provided about 1,158 telehealth services, and by the end of April, they provided more than 54,000 telehealth service calls.
Tampa Startup Cope Notes Offering Connections During COVID-19 IsolationAndrea Alvarez speaks with founder of Tampa startup, Cope Notes.
Elementary School Opens Meditation Room To 'Replace Behaviors'"It's not punishing students; it's helping them to replace behaviors they don't want to have as a response to certain situations."