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Standing on the podium, the national anthem playing, your country’s flag being lifted and a shiny medal hanging around your neck. That is the traditional “gold medal moment” every four years at the Olympic games. However, much like the year 2020 as a whole, this Olympic games had a different moment. United States Gymnast Simone […]
5 Major Mental Health Problems Affecting Men. READ MORE
May is National Maternal Depression Month. The silent cloud that plagues 15-20% of women who gave birth, miscarried, or had a still birth needs to be discussed. READ MORE
Troubling veteran mental health facts and statistics that need to be addressed. READ MORE
Children can develop the same mental health conditions as adults, but their symptoms may be different. Know what to watch for and how you can help. READ MORE
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Let’s explore why our words matter. READ MORE
April 16th is National Stress Awareness Day. Learn How to cope with everyday stressors. Click here to learn more.
In honor of National Alcohol Screening day, here is an official tool to check your symptoms. Ridgeview Institute is available for free assessments and immediate admission for detox, day treatment, and longer-term treatment. We are in-network with most insurance companies. Come in today for a free assessment, 24/7, at 3995 South Cobb Dr Smyrna, GA […]
April is National Autism Awareness Month. Autism Speaks addresses the question, “Why are young people with autism at high risk for mental health crisis?” Click here to learn more.