Researchers from Portland State's Homelessness Research & Action Collaborative recommend a citywide expansion of the program.
Top Doctors, Nurses & More
Doctors, nurses, naturopaths, chiropractors, physician assistants, massage therapists, and more—nominate your peers now!
The US Senator told us about the clean energy proposal, his personal reasons for funding mental health first response teams across America, and his conviction that nobody should bet against Portland.
OSU professor Regan Gurung helps us break down what exactly burnout is, how to recognize it, and how we—as employees and employers—can prevent it and recover...
Health & Wellness
How to recognize and recover from burnout. Pro tip: You’ll need your boss’s help.
An OHSU behavioral neuroscience graduate student talks about the hierarchal structure of research and the lack of mental health support for underrepresented ...
Marty Patail, Fiona McCann, Margaret Seiler, and Katherine Chew Hamilton talk about how we’re coping, overcoming, and changing.
Portland Street Response is a good place to start. We break it down in this week's Footnotes.
We talk with Ron Williams, outreach director at the Health Justice Recovery Alliance, about the new law that went into effect February 1. (No, it doesn't legalize everything.)
Using your skills to give back can make you feel good, too.
You can’t single-handedly heal the world of its many ills. But you can create order at home and clear your own head in the process.
Perfecting my down dog from the comfort of my own home
Three local therapists on connecting with someone who gets it.
Katherine Chew Hamilton
The relationship between cannabis and mental health is complicated, but it’s helped me survive this year in ways it never has before.
We're revisiting a Footnotes from August on mental health and COVID-19.
The city's community garden program sees an influx of participants seeking healing from land-based and coronavirus trauma.
September is National Addiction and Recovery Month. In the face of the uncertainty of a global pandemic, our friends, family, and colleagues may be struggling.
The Pixie Project has some advice for you.
But officials would prefer that you stay home, to keep roads and hotels clear.
Write Out Loud
“So many of us are inhaling and not exhaling. We’re just sort of taking it all in, and we’re just being burdened and stressed and our bodies literally cannot...