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Living With Bipolar Disorder (& Working, Too)

Working With Bipolar Disorder Living with bipolar disorder makes it harder to maintain relationships and employment because of challenges associated with the disease, but it is possible. People diagnosed with the mental health condition can take steps to increase their chances of a stable relationship and steady employment. Through proper diagnosis, honesty, and treatment for…

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Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Recovery Month in September

 

Starting Point is joining mental health professionals across the nation in focusing on substance use recovery in September, during Recovery Month. Our special section provides information and resources for you.

The National Council for Behavioral Health announced that 2 million Mental Health First Aiders around the country have been trained in the ALGEE Action Plan! More than 2,600 people in Northeast Florida have been trained by Starting Point. Learn more and meet the 2 millionth person to be trained!

Mental Health Treatment and Substance Abuse Recovery Services

 

Life leads us down many roads. Sometimes the paths we travel can be hard to handle alone. That’s why Starting Point Behavioral Healthcare helps children, teens and adults coping with drug abuse, alcohol abuse or mental health treatment every day. From mental health counseling to substance abuse treatment and more, Northeast Florida and Southeast Georgia residents are finding help and hope at Starting Point.

New Report on Mass Violence Available

 

A new report, “Mass Violence in America: Causes, Impacts and Solutions” provides important insights into the link between mental illness and mass violence. The National Council’s Medical Director Institute authored the report. You can download the report here.

Download Our Annual Report

 

Our latest annual report is now available for download, or you may pick up a copy at our main campus.

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