Survey shows high rate of voter turnout, concerns about maintaining community organizations and the Portuguese language
The organization hosts a gathering of some of the world's most successful women-owned businesses during its 10th anniversary conference
For the first time since closing Addiction Canada in 2016, John Haines speaks out against online slander and defamation.
Suffragists, Sojourner Truth and Rosalie Gardiner Jones both were promclaimed on November 6, 1917, in New York under the women's rights movement to ratify voting rights in 1920. Both African American and Brown women will be declared of their Sentiments under the Governor Andrew Cuomo administration proclamation for advancing equal rights and voting equality for women today.
16 Storytellers Selected to Share their Powerful Stories of Recovery from Mental Illness
Art Psychotherapist, Painter, Poet and Maker of Many Things, Moriah M. Mylod Exhibits Her Work at the The Center for Great Expectation's New Outpatient Building in New Brunswick on Friday, October 27th.
Methadone is one form of recovery but Addiction Recovery Network asks is it really recovery, or is methadone just a substitute addiction?
Aims to Reach 3.5 Million Children and Families in Need of Mental Health Care
Houston Advanced Research Center (HARC) and partners in the Houston-Galveston region mobilize to gather and analyze environmental impact data associated with Hurricane Harvey.
Partnering with Start With Why to Provide Purpose and Mission Enhancement Opportunities for Individuals and Organizations in Public Service
A Fresh, Lively, and Definitive Guide to Financial Success
The image of women, now in their 70s, side-by-side with fists raised in message of equal rights, resonates with power for a new generation
Not all of war's destruction takes place on the battlefield.
Local LearningRx Centers Giving Away Free Brain Skills Assessments to Thank the Communities
LearningRx personal brain training improved attention by 24 points