SMART's Strategy For Recent Pedestrian Deaths Addresses Mental Health, Homelessness5 people have died on SMART tracks in the last month. SMART's Board of Directors met Wednesday to discuss how to keep people off its tracks and out of harm’s way.
Instagram Doubles Down On Test To Hide Like CountsInstagram could be one step closer to concealing your likes.
Gov't Agencies Boost Efforts to Stop Wildland Firefighter SuicidesFederal officials are stepping up efforts to help firefighters dealing with trauma and other issues after noticing an increase in wildland firefighter suicides in recent years.
San Francisco Supervisors Back Forced Treatment For Mentally Ill AddictsSan Francisco officials on Tuesday decided to back a plan that allows the city to force people with serious mental illness and drug addiction into treatment without their consent.
Meet Daniel Miller, Author Of 'Gifts Of Acceptance'Author Daniel Miller talks to host Michelle Griego about his latest book, 'Gifts of Acceptance, Embracing People and Things as They Are.'
San Francisco Officials Announce Plan For Universal Mental Health CareCity leaders in San Francisco on Tuesday morning announced a plan for the first universal mental health care system in the U.S.
Kaiser Mental Health Clinicians Threaten Statewide StrikeThe 4,000 members of the NUHW could walk out as early as June if they are unable to reach a contract agreement with Kaiser, union leaders said.
Fremont Teacher's Post-It Note Board Prompts Students To Open Up About Mental HealthA teacher at John F. Kennedy High School in Fremont is encouraging students to reveal their own struggles through a simple exercise.
Pinole Police Department Makes Mental Health App Available To OfficersPinole Police Chief Neil Gang has announced plans to provide an app providing mental health resources via smartphone to his officers.
Thera: New Virtual Reality Treatment Helps Kids Grappling With Mental IllnessThera is a new online virtual reality treatment is proving beneficial for kids grappling with mental illness.
Meet Grace Avalon, Author of 'Thank God I'm Crazy'Author Grace Avalon shares her personal story and her new book, 'Thank God I'm Crazy, My Journey To Sanity' with Bay Area Focus.
Benioffs Donate $15 Million To Children's Hospital OaklandTech firm founder Marc Benioff and his wife Lynne have given a $15 million gift to UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland to address a shortage in mental health services for children in the East Bay.
Kaiser Strike Expands: Picket Lines At 7 Bay Area LocationsKaiser Permanente mental health clinicians expanded their picket lines Wednesday, the third day of their five-day strike for more staffing and services for mental health services.
Kaiser Permanente Mental Health Workers Walk Off The JobThousands of mental health workers at Kaiser Permanente offices across the state walked off the job Monday -- the first day of a week-long strike over staffing levels and pay.
Thousands Of Kaiser Mental Health Clinicians To Go On 5-Day StrikeThousands of Kaiser Permanente mental health clinicians across California will walk off the job during a five-day strike starting Monday, calling for the HMO to increase staffing and resources for mental health services.