Yener Balan, MD, Kaiser Permanente Northern California executive director of Behavioral Health, offers insight on how to maintain your mental health, talk to children, and support colleagues during times of unrelenting bad news.
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With Kaiser Permanente grants, African American churches in San Francisco and the East Bay are developing mental health first aid and awareness programs.
Kaiser Permanente health plan members in California who request health care services are able to get their care quicker than most, according to a recent report from the state’s Department of Managed Health Care.
A new mental health assessment and tracking application accommodates blind and low vision members.
Hear from 4 young people who experienced early trauma and their advice for helping others come out on the other…
An $80,000 grant will provide mental health resources and counseling to the Hmong community.
Kaiser Permanente and Mental Health California are partnering on sessions this year that will spotlight voices of youth in foster…
Kaiser Permanente is expanding outpatient mental health services in San Jose next month with a new 11,840 square-foot clinic and additional therapists.
Dan Gizzo, PhD, will launch a new academic program focused on mental health careers, increasing the pipeline for new therapists statewide.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California receives top score for behavioral and mental health care and overall quality of care.
In observance of Mental Illness Awareness Week October 6 to 12, learned how Kaiser Permanente researchers and clinicians are collaborating to solve real-world behavioral health dilemmas.
The new Mental Health and Wellness Center is part of a larger Alameda County expansion. It includes enhanced member services and convenience to address growing mental health needs in the community.