Facebook To Pay Content Moderators $52M For Psychological Damages In Lawsuit SettlementFacebook has agreed to pay $52 million to its content moderators whose job has them viewing graphic and disturbing posts and videos on its platforms.
Bay Area Doctor: Frontline Workers May Deal With PTSD Long After Coronavirus PandemicA Bay Area doctor said the emotional toll on health care workers could linger long after the pandemic ends.
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.
Double Amputee Veteran's Resilience Sparked By YogaA special yoga class in Santa Rosa was offered to help show veterans and their supporters that even life’s most difficult problems can be overcome--the man leading the class was living proof of that.
Service Dogs Specialize In Helping Veterans With Post-Traumatic StressThe US Department of Veteran's Affairs says the rates of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) among veterans can be as high as 30%, and its effects can be crippling. Now, one Bay Area non-profit is offering to help those service members affected by PTSD.
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.
Veterans Battle To Keep Cannabis Dispensary OpenOne of California's best known and longest running cannabis dispensaries won't be forced to shut its doors - at least for now.
Travis AFB Psychiatrist Accused Of RapeA psychiatrist hired by Travis Air Force Base in Northern California to help military veterans dealing with post-traumatic stress disorder has been arrested and charged with raping patients.
Hundreds Gather At Yountville Memorial For Veterans Home WorkersHundreds of people came together Monday evening to attend a solemn memorial honoring the three mental healthcare workers killed in a standoff on the grounds of the Yountville Veterans home.
Community To Celebrate Yountville Victims LivesHundreds of mourners were expected to attend a Monday memorial service for three employees of The Pathway Home veterans' treatment center who dedicated their lives to helping veterans suffering from PTSD adjust to normal life.
Yountville Shooting Leaves An Impact On Veterans Living With PTSDA U.S. veteran killed three staff members at a veterans' facility in Napa County, raising the question: are veterans with PTSD getting the help they need when they come home?
Family Of Woman Killed In Yountville Tragedy Mourns Heartbreaking LossThe family of one of the women killed at a North Bay veterans home during a tragic shooting spoke on Monday, remembering Dr. Jennifer Golick.
Yountville Survivor: 'I Thought I Was Going To Die'It was supposed to be a festive gathering, but then a former patient walked in with a gun and the horror began.
Afghanistan War Deployment Haunted Yountville ShooterFriends and family say the Army veteran who killed three women in a Yountville veterans care facility was haunted by his dangerous missions in Afghanistan that left him anxious and wary when he came back home.
Army Vet On Cross-Country Trek To Shed Light On PTSD In San FranciscoAn Army veteran who served near the DMZ in South Korea has walked 3,000 miles since November to shed light on PTSD.