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Ebony Chambers worked in mental health for years before her daughter experienced her first suicide attempt, and suddenly the entire family was thrust into crisis. “People often forget that families with children in crisis are in crisis themselves,” she points out. Navigating the Sacramento behavioral health system, Chambers quickly found

In the summer of 2020, Los Angeles—like the rest of the United States—was knee-deep in the Covid pandemic. Amid the disaster, day after day, tens of thousands of protesters gathered throughout the city, distraught and outraged by another plague upon our nation: racism. Protests were sparked by the killing of

Crisis Now co-founders Michael Hogan, Ph.D., and David Covington, LPC, MBA, have released a poignant infographic examining mental health and substance use emergency department (ED) visits in 31 states. The graphic, utilizing 2016 statistics from Open Minds and the Healthcare Cost and Utilization Project (HCUP), paints a stark disparity between