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Below you will find press releases issued by the department and news articles about ADMH or related to mental health. View Press Archives »

Press Releases: News Articles:

13th Annual “ADMH Harley Ride” to Make Christmas Special for Youth at ADMH’s Psychiatric Adolescent Unit at EAMC 

Decatur Daily — Mental health merits city funding

Gadsden Times — Man shot by Calhoun deputy after taking weapon

Times Daily — State attorney general to speak at opioid town hall meeting, corrections

Cullman Times — (Our view) Mental health needs at critical level

Decatur Daily — Mayor's proposed budget includes money for Mental Health Center

Cullman Times — Stretched thin: Judges lament lack of funding of mental health, corrections

Montgomery Advertiser — Mother shares story of teenage son's suicide: 'He never seemed depressed' — Woodstock Music Festival (no, not that one) keeps memory of 'S-Town' alive

Birmingham Times — UAB Hosts Addiction Recovery Walk at Railroad Park Sept. 23

APR — California's Orange County Struggles To Combat Growing Homelessness, Opioid Crisis

News Courier — OPIOID EDUCATION: MHCNCA receives state health grant

Decatur Daily — Mental Health Center receives opioid crisis grant

News Courier — OPIOID OVERDOSES: First responders to begin carrying antidote

WHNT — Alabama receives 600 opioid overdose kits for rapid responders

Montgomery Advertiser — Some Ala. first responders to get opioid overdose drug

WSFA — Donation equips AL officers with life-saving doses of opioid antidote

APR — The Powerful Pull Of Opioids Leaves Many 'Missing' From U.S. Workforce

APR — Dental Schools Add An Urgent Lesson: Think Twice About Prescribing Opioids

Decatur Daily — Decatur police now carrying opioid overdose antidote Narcan

Yellowhammer News — Alabama’s Opioid Addiction Council Meets for First Time

Sand Mountain Reporter — Ivey will seek re-election in 2018

Sand Mountain Reporter — Rose Myers: Have breakfast and learn about the state’s struggle to treat its mentally ill

APR — Houston Methadone Clinics Reopen After Harvey's Flooding — Council urged to see opioid addiction as 'disease of the brain'

APR — A Doctor Who Weathered Katrina Now Tends Victims Of Harvey

Decatur Daily — Nonprofits look to local government funds, their own efforts to maintain services

APR — After Weathering The Storm, Hurricane Harvey Victims Still Cope With Trauma

APR — Texas Expedites Help From Out-Of-State Health Care Providers

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