May is Mental Health Month
Between now and the end of May, I will focus mainly on mental health in North Carolina. May is "Mental Health Month" and, according to the Mental Health Association of North Carolina, the US has observed "Mental Health Month" for over 50 years. This seems like a good opportunity to laser in on this issue.
Given the tumult caused by NC's reorganization of mental health delivery, we should probably take a step back and examine the state of treatment in North Carolina. I'll try to research and write about the provision of services, who's falling through the cracks, some of the problems caused by this reorganization, and other topics as they come up.