A holiday reminder: This season can be tough for those dealing with grief or depression. For those suffering in silence, HKR decided to revisit the topic of mental illness and Suicide. We spoke with Charlotte Redden Hamilton, PhD about the Mental Illness, Suicide and the Mental Health Conditions that Affect The African American Community. Charlotte … Continued

It has been more than a week now since police slaying of 22-year-old Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man in Sacramento Ca. Clark was killed on the night of March 18 after law enforcement responded to complaints of an individual breaking car windows. Two police officers chased Clark into his grandparents backyard— where they shot … Continued

Raising children to be healthy and happy is not an easy task. Parents face challenges based on their own childhood, temperament, and life circumstances. There are some guidelines that can help all parents create strong family bonds and help kids grow up to be responsible and loving adults. Join Nurse Rona and Erica Reischer, Ph.D for … Continued

Pushing Limits

Veteran’s Healing PTSD Together

Veterans Healing PTSD Together. “They taught me that I could hurt somebody and I don’t want to hurt anybody.” Veteran Jim Swazye. Six white Vietnam Vets, disabled by their military service, talk about PTSD. They discuss anger and helping each other, as well as reaching out to other vets trapped in rage and shame.   … Continued