Gulf residents' pain still gushing
ORANGE BEACH, Ala. - Her income down to virtually nothing because of the BP oil spill, Margaret Carruth put her face in her hands and wept recently at a town hall meeting before walking outside to what passes for home these days, her blue pickup.
Herschel is mental health MVP
Herschel Walker did things as a University of Georgia and National Football League running back that sometimes made spectators doubt the evidence of their own eyes.
Deaf residents challenge mental health policy
ATLANTA - Mental health advocates filed a federal lawsuit against the state seeking to secure more counselors trained in sign language and funding for group homes for hundreds of deaf residents in need of specialized mental health care.
Mental health professionals worry recession is linked to increase in suicides
Administrators of a regional mental health agency see a pattern that's got them worried.
Attorney requests mental health trial
A defense attorney wants a jury to decide whether his client is mentally competent to stand trial for allegedly shooting and killing his brother and two sisters in their Athens home earlier this year.