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Hogg Foundation for Mental Health

January, 2011

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Blog: Terror on Trial: Crazy Shooters

James Castagnera

January 10, 2011


 

... On March 29, 1966, Charles Whitman-late of the U.S. Marines but by then a student at the University of Texas at Austin-was referred to Dr. M. D. Heatly on the university's health center staff.  ... The massacre was a wake-up call. Within days of the August 1 shootings, the Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, founded decades earlier on the campus, ramped up efforts to improve availability of services for psychologically troubled members of the campus community. Student-counseling services were expanded, including services aimed specifically at patients in crisis situations.

http://terrortrials.blogspot.com/2011/01/carzy-shooters.html


 

TEXAS NEWS


Perry: Forget rainy day fund; He says budget will be balanced with prioritizing, not reserves, tax

Houston Chronicle

January 10, 2011


 

AUSTIN - Gov. Rick Perry on Monday said he was opposed to using the state's rainy day fund to help pay for services despite a looming budget shortfall that is estimated at $15 billion to $27 billion during the next two years.

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/headline/metro/7375326.html


 

Estimated $15 billion budget gap poised to dominate Texas Legislature

Dallas Morning News

January 11, 2011
 

AUSTIN - The new Legislature opens for business today, after finally getting budget details showing lawmakers are so many billions in the hole that some of the state's most favored programs are at risk of big cuts. ... In social services, which account for about one-third of state spending, there will be pressure to close and privatize institutions for the mentally impaired. Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program, though, have some protection. Lawmakers would lose the entire federal match - some 10 percent of the state health-care industry's annual income - if they tightened eligibility. Doctors' and hospitals' fees can be cut, though.

http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/dn/latestnews/stories/011111dntexstaterevenue.2ba140c.html


 

Texas' revenue still lagging despite economic recovery

Austin American-Statesman

January 10, 2011
 

... The comptroller's estimate sets the limit for spending and would put the budget shortfall at $27 billion if the state were to maintain the same level of service in public education, health and human services, prisons, and more. But state leaders, including Gov. Rick Perry, are dismissing that level of spending as an unrealistic wish list.

http://www.statesman.com/news/texas-politics/texas-revenue-still-lagging-despite-economic-recovery-1177223.html


 

Texas shuts down treatment center for troubled kids

San Antonio Express News

January 7, 2011
 

HOUSTON - State child welfare officials Friday shut down Daystar Residential Inc., a home for troubled youths, a day after a foster child's recent restraint death was ruled a homicide.

http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local_news/article/Texas-shuts-down-treatment-center-for-troubled-944896.php


 

County reaches out to city for continued MHMR oversight

El Paso Times

January 11, 2011


 

County Judge Veronica Escobar and Commissioner Sergio Lewis today will ask the El Paso City Council to reconsider a decision to pull out of the county's mental-health authority.  ...The council's vote last week came just after MHMR CEO Gary Larcenaire warned of a crisis this summer as mental health funding dries up.

http://www.elpasotimes.com/news/ci_17061583


 

City, county fear that state wants to pick our pockets; Mayor: 'We're going to primarily play defense'

Houston Chronicle

January 11, 2011
 

... Harris County government's highest legislative priority is to limit state cuts to mental health services. "All the other stuff is inconsequential when you start looking at this," said Cathy Sisk, director of the county's office of legislative relations. About 25 percent of the county jail's 10,000 inmates are considered to have mental health problems.

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/front/7375445.html


 

Fort Worth says homeless will probably have to leave large camp

Fort Worth Star-Telegram

January 11, 2011


 

FORT WORTH -- People living in one of Fort Worth's largest homeless campsites will likely have to relocate after city code officers reported many violations there.

http://www.star-telegram.com/2011/01/10/2758879/city-says-homeless-will-probably.html#ixzz1Ajqd9DRA


 

Don Zappone: A look back

Austin American-Statesman

January 8, 2011
 

... For almost three decades, Zappone led Austin Child Guidance Center, a nonprofit group that provides mental health care for young people and their families. The organization, created in 1951, offers counseling, psychiatric care, psychological evaluations, parenting classes and other services. Zappone retired from the job late last year. He has been replaced by Russell Smith, the former executive director of YouthLaunch, a community service organization.

http://www.statesman.com/news/local/don-zappone-a-look-back-1172779.html


 

Drugs sold as bath salts raising concerns in Texas

11 News

January 7, 2011


 

HOUSTON-Concern is growing over a new stimulant called "bath salts" that's being found at local smoke shops at an increased rate. On the streets it's known as "legal cocaine" or "legal speed," but a man who wants to remain anonymous says it should be illegal.  ...He said the powdery substance caused him to be paranoid, hallucinate and even consider suicide.

http://www.khou.com/news/local/Drugs-sold-as-bath-Salts-raising-concern-in-Texas-113105274.html


 

Program helps Soldier cope with traumatic loss

United States Army

January 6, 2011
 

FORT HOOD, Texas -- Watching a friend die in combat changed Sgt. Allen Chase's life.  ...One of his friends told him about Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center's Warrior Combat Stress Reset Program, and he realized that might be the answer.  ...The reset program is designed to reduce core symptoms of combat stress and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. It includes a three-week intensive course followed by eight weeks of group therapy.

http://www.army.mil/-news/2011/01/06/50147-program-helps-soldier-cope-with-traumatic-loss/


 

Bogus psychologist gets 5½ years for scamming feds

Houston Chronicle

January 11, 2011
 

A Houston man who had a bogus psychology degree and owned a behavioral counseling company has been sent to prison for bilking federal Medicare and Medicaid of more than $950,000, federal authorities said.

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/front/7375857.html


 

NATIONAL NEWS


 

Job bias claims set new record on disability surge

Austin American-Statesman

January 11, 2011
 

WASHINGTON (AP) - Federal job bias complaints climbed to record levels last year, led by a surge in workers claiming discrimination based on disability. ... The spike in disability claims began in the months after Congress approved changes to the Americans with Disabilities Act in 2009. The changes made it easier for people with treatable conditions like epilepsy, cancer or mental illness to claim they are disabled.

http://www.statesman.com/news/nation/job-bias-claims-set-new-record-on-disability-1177321.html?cxtype=rss_ece_frontpage


 

One Million Mental Health Records Now In Brady Background Check System

Emailwire

January 7, 2011


 

Washington, D.C. - Following the Virginia Tech tragedy in April 2007, legislation was passed in December 2007 and signed by President George W. Bush on January 8, 2008 to improve the Brady background check system.   ...The number of disqualifying mental illness records submitted from the states and territories to the National Instant Criminal Background Check Systems Index increased significantly, from 402,047 records to 929,254 records, from January 1, 2008 to August 31, 2010. When federal records are added, the total disqualifying mental illness records approaches 1.1 million.

http://www.emailwire.com/release/55223-ONE-MILLION-MENTAL-HEALTH-RECORDS-NOW-IN-BRADY-BACKGROUND-CHECK-SYSTEM.html


 

Insanity defense harder now than for Hinckley

Austin American-Statesman

January 11, 2011


 

WASHINGTON (AP) - In an earlier time, the deeply troubled past of Jared Loughner might have led his lawyers to mount an insanity defense. But that would be harder now, because Congress raised the bar for that claim after a jury found John Hinckley innocent by reason of insanity for shooting President Ronald Reagan.

http://www.statesman.com/news/nation/insanity-defense-harder-now-than-for-hinckley-1177347.html?cxtype=rss_ece_frontpage


 

A tragedy in Tucson, and more arguing on talk TV

Austin American-Statesman

January 11, 2011

 

NEW YORK (AP) - In the wake of the Arizona shootings, conservative talk-show host Glenn Beck issued a challenge to all Americans to reject violence. ... No one on the networks seemed to question that the 22-year-old suspect is the responsible party in Saturday's assault. But the MSNBC hosts broadened the discussion to address other factors. Schulz cited "a crisis among the under-treated mentally ill who can't get the help they need."

http://www.austin360.com/television/a-tragedy-in-tucson-and-more-arguing-on-1177386.html?cxtype=rss_ece_frontpage


 

Ribbon-cutting with 2 members of Congress gets extra police officers

Houston Chronicle

January 10, 2011

 

U.S. Reps. Gene Green and Ted Poe tried not to let the cold, gray weather further dampen the mood on an already somber Monday afternoon as they spoke at a ribbon cutting ceremony just two days after a shooting rampage in Tucson, Ariz., left one of their colleagues fighting for her life. ... Standing among the crowd, Green said he felt comfortable and would continue with planned public appearances, although they may include more law enforcement personnel than they otherwise might have. "I don't know if that will stop someone who is mentally ill that's decided they want to hurt somebody, but maybe it'll be a deterrent," Green said.

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/chronicle/7375412.html


 

Sheriff in Giffords case lashes out about politics

Austin American-Statesman

January 10, 2011


 

TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik was thrust into the spotlight to face a nation demanding answers in the aftermath of the shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords. He didn't mince words. ... He also talked about how he was a beat cop back in the 1960s and how they put mentally ill people into a system that incarcerated them. "Today they're out on the street and we're paying the price for it," he said.

http://www.statesman.com/news/nation/sheriff-in-giffords-case-lashes-out-about-politics-1176444.html?cxtype=rss_ece_frontpage

 
 

Suspect matches the profile of a mentally unstable youth

Fort Worth Star-Telegram

January 11, 2011

 

WASHINGTON -- ... While cautioning that few of the details are known, psychiatrists said Monday that aggressive instincts among males peak in the late teens through the mid-20s as testosterone kicks in. When coupled with substance abuse and a festering mental health problem, the result can be a violent outburst. Indeed, experts said reports about Loughner indicated that while the violence he's accused of committing was out of the ordinary, the path of his mental breakdown was pretty typical.

http://www.star-telegram.com/2011/01/10/2758859/suspect-matches-the-profile-of.html#ixzz1AjrxZdjg


 

Identifying the violent mentally ill is a challenge, experts say

Los Angeles Times

January 11, 2011

 

In the best of times and most favorable of circumstances, it's tricky business to identify whether a person who is mentally ill might become violent, so that those in his path can be protected from potential harm and he can get the treatment he needs. But with community mental health services stretched taut by budget cuts and growing need, these are not the best of times, say many experts at the intersection of mental health and public safety. Nor were circumstances ideal to single out Jared Lee Loughner - the suspect in Saturday's Tucson shooting rampage - as a clear-cut case of someone about to become violent.

http://www.latimes.com/health/la-he-mental-health-20110111,0,2679941.story


 

Is Tucson Massacre More About Mental Health Than Politics?

National Public Radio

January 11, 2011

 

...To the degree that some of the current debate tries to score political points by attempting to pin the blame for a senseless act on political ideology, it seems to be missing the point. ...What can society do, if anything, to protect itself from the admittedly small subset of the mentally ill whose disturbed thoughts lead them to obtain a gun and mow down innocent people?

http://www.npr.org/blogs/itsallpolitics/2011/01/10/132803440/isnt-tucson-really-more-about-mental-health-than-politics


 

Red Flags at a College, but Tied Hands

The New York Times

January 11, 2011

 

..."This guy wasn't a missed case," Randy Borum, an expert on threat assessment at the University of South Florida, said about Jared L. Loughner, the 22-year-old college dropout who is accused of trying to assassinate Representative Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona on Saturday. ...Even after the 2007 massacre by a student at Virginia Tech, institutions and employers are seldom set up to handle such potential threats, experts say - even when the warning signs are blatant and numerous.

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/11/us/11mental.html?_r=1&scp=9&sq=mental&st=nyt


 

Is There Really a Link Between Violence and Mental Illness?

The Wall Street Journal

January 10, 2011

 

If Jared Lee Loughner is mentally ill - as some say videos he posted online suggest - did his condition play a role in his decision to shoot Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and others? ...Though schizophrenia is often thought to be linked with violent behavior, the vast majority - more than 90% - of people with severe mental illness won't become violent, says Jeffrey Swanson, a professor at Duke University who has conducted studies on schizophrenia and violence.

http://blogs.wsj.com/health/2011/01/10/is-there-really-a-link-between-violence-and-mental-illness/?KEYWORDS=mental


 

How colleges can identify depressed students

The Washington Post

January 10, 2011

 

One out of every four or five students who visits a university health center for a routine cold or sore throat turns out to be depressed, but most centers miss the opportunity to identify these students because they don't screen for depression, according to new research from Northwestern University's School of Medicine. About 2 to 3 percent of these depressed students have had suicidal thoughts or are considering suicide, according to the study, whose lead author, Professor Michael Fleming, recommends depression screening for every student who walks into a school health center.

http://voices.washingtonpost.com/answer-sheet/research/how-colleges-can-identify-depr.html


 

 

What causes a young person to snap?

USA Today

January 10, 2011

 

This weekend's Tucson shooting spree, which killed six people and wounded 14 others, has left many people wondering what was going on in the mind of the suspected gunman.

It is too early to know if Jared Lee Loughner, 22, is struggling with mental health, but experts say it is not uncommon for people in his age group to experience their first serious episode of mental illness. (None of the experts in this story were involved in this case.)

http://www.usatoday.com/yourlife/parenting-family/teen-ya/2011-01-10-causes-young-person-snap_N.htm


 

Shionogi Inc. Announces Commercial Availability of KAPVAY™ (clonidine hydrochloride) Extended-Release Tablets for the Treatment of ADHD

PRNewswire

January 10, 2011

 

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- Shionogi Inc., the U.S.-based group company of Shionogi & Co., Ltd., today announced a true milestone as it marks the first commercial availability for the non-central nervous system stimulant medication KAPVAY™, an extended-release oral formulation of clonidine for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in children and adolescents.  KAPVAY™ is the first and only FDA-approved ADHD treatment indicated for use as add-on therapy to stimulant medication, in addition to use as monotherapy.

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/shionogi-inc-announces-commercial-availability-of-kapvay-clonidine-hydrochloride-extended-release-tablets-for-the-treatment-of-adhd-113195459.html


 

HEALTHCARE REFORM


Health-care law adds insurance options for people with preexisting conditions

The Washington Post

January 10, 2011

 

Under the current health insurance system, people who have to buy coverage on their own rather than through an employer often find themselves in a tough spot. Insurers often charge high rates for individual coverage if people have even minor health problems, or they refuse to cover them at all. Starting in 2014, under the health-care overhaul passed last year, insurance companies will no longer be able to deny coverage because of preexisting health conditions, nor charge higher rates.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/01/10/AR2011011006015.html


 

Obama Administration's Balancing Act: Health Insurance Benefits Vs. Costs

Kaiser Health News

January 10, 2011
 

Even as House Republicans press to repeal the health care law, government advisers this week are preparing to wade into one of the most contentious questions raised by the legislation: What benefits must insurers cover?

http://www.kaiserhealthnews.org/Stories/2011/January/10/health-insurance-benefits-package-iom.aspx


 

Insurers, health-care providers at odds on rules for 'accountable care organizations'

Washington Post

January 9, 2011

 

The new health law encourages doctors, hospitals and insurers to team up in treating patients, but these groups already are at odds as they urge the government to set rules protecting their financial interests. At issue are "accountable care organizations," which the Obama administration hopes will spring up around the country, initially treating Medicare patients but eventually other people as well.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/01/09/AR2011010903401.html


 

More States Join Lawsuit Challenging The Health Law

Kaiser Health News

January 11, 2011

 

As power shifts at the state level, news outlets report that Georgia, Ohio and Wisconsin are joining the multi-state challenge. The individual mandate is the focus of this legal action.

http://www.kaiserhealthnews.org/Daily-Reports/2011/January/11/multi-state-legal-challenge.aspx


 

Will Digital Technology Reduce Gap in Health Between Rich and Poor?

Center for Public Integrity

January 11, 2011

 

... Although the federal government is directing billions of dollars in economic stimulus money to get electronic health record technology into hospitals and clinics nationwide, some doctors and small clinics indicate they're unlikely to meet the Obama administration's goal of going digital in the next five years. That possibility is raising concern among health care specialists both inside and outside the federal government, who worry that the benefit of the technology may disproportionately fall to top health care facilities, potentially increasing the so-called digital divide - and as a result, health disparities between rich and poor and between different races.

http://www.publicintegrity.org/articles/entry/2813/


 

Amid risks, bid to digitize Colo. health records continues

Denver Post

January 11, 2011

 

What began last June with a missing government computer drive small enough to hold in one hand led to 100,000 letters of apology to Medicaid patients, a probe by the Colorado Bureau of Investigation and a retraining program for 31,000 state employees. That security breach now reverberates throughout a major 2011 push for digitizing patient medical records in Colorado. After months of arguments over WikiLeaks and a brutal audit of state security measures, health officials are moving to reassure consumers their most intimate secrets will stay safe amid a federal rush to centralize data.

http://www.denverpost.com/news/ci_17061345#ixzz1Ajzi8hJu


 

INTERNATIONAL NEWS


 

A Survey of 2000 Women and Girls Shows Mental Illness Rate to be Two - Thirds in England and Wales

Seer Press News

January 11, 2011

 

A recent survey has shed light on the state of mental health among women and girls. Nearly a third of women aged over 18 have taken antidepressants. The authors of the report claim this shows "generations of women in crisis" with mental health problems.

http://seerpress.com/a-survey-of-2000-women-and-girls-shows-mental-illness-rate-to-be-two-%E2%80%93-thirds-in-england-and-wales/21647/


 

OPINIONS


First, Do No Harm

Austin American-Statesman

January 10, 2011

 

... To our lawmakers: Welcome. Each of you arrives with the support and trust of a majority of the people in your district. You are duty-bound to represent their interests, but you are honor-bond to remember that you are here to do more than that. First, do as little harm as possible, especially to Texans who can least afford to be in harm's way.

http://www.statesman.com/opinion/first-do-no-harm-1172861.html


 

Hamilton: Other states' budget ills shed light on Texas woes

Austin American-Statesman

January 10, 2011

 

... One thing I do in my post-state government life is pay attention to what other states have done about their budget and tax issues. Many other states have experienced similarly dismal budget problems lately - some starting in 2008. The Rockefeller Institute found the states collectively have lost 15 percent of their revenue since the recession began. Looking at how other states have dealt with the problem is useful as our Legislature prepares to meet.

http://www.statesman.com/opinion/insight/other-states-budget-ills-shed-light-on-texas-1174990.html?cxtype=rss_ece_frontpage


 

The Texas Omen

New York Times

January 6, 2011

 

These are tough times for state governments. Huge deficits loom almost everywhere, from California to New York, from New Jersey to Texas. Wait - Texas? Wasn't Texas supposed to be thriving even as the rest of America suffered? Didn't its governor declare, during his re-election campaign, that "we have billions in surplus"? Yes, it was, and yes, he did. But reality has now intruded, in the form of a deficit expected to run as high as $25 billion over the next two years.

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/07/opinion/07krugman.html?_r=1&ref=paulkrugman


 

More lessons from the Tucson shooting

Dallas Morning News

January 10, 2011

 

One of the more vexing challenges for a democratic society is the delicate balance of access and public safety. ... Since the shooting, calls are rightly mounting for tougher gun laws, new procedures to identify mentally unstable behavior and, most of all, ways to prevent such troubled individuals from obtaining weapons.

http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/dn/opinion/editorials/stories/DN-shooting_00edi.State.Edition1.489674b.html


 

Mental health services should be part of the discussion in wake of Arizona shooting

The Los Angeles Times

January 10, 2011

 

...Sure, Loughner's homicidal outburst might have been affected by anti-government rhetoric and political diatribes on the Internet or on the airwaves. But we're missing the point if that's all we focus on. Arizona has implemented dramatic cuts in mental health services in the last few years, as have states across the nation. And if the national healthcare reform bill is repealed, as government-shrinking crusaders are promising, more mental health services will be lost.

http://www.latimes.com/health/la-me-0111-lopezcolumn-20110110,0,4005609.column


 

Could the system have prevented rampage?

CNN

January 11, 2011

 

(CNN) -- The rampage shooting in Arizona is another anguishing reminder that mental health is the weakest link in our ailing health care system. Again and again we have seen horrific acts of violence committed by emotionally troubled individuals who were obviously in need of mental health treatment. Many of them made no secret of their paranoid fears, confused thinking and violent intentions.

http://www.cnn.com/2011/OPINION/01/10/cornell.tucson.threat.assessment/


 

The Arizona Tragedy and Mental Health Care

National Alliance on Mental Illness

January 10, 2011

 

NAMI is an organization of individuals and families whose lives have been deeply affected by mental illness. We share the sadness of other Americans over the Tucson, Arizona tragedy and extend our sympathy to the families of the six individuals who died. We pray for the recovery of U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords and the 13 other persons who were wounded. Representative Giffords is a NAMI friend who has served as co-chair of the NAMIWalk in Southeast Arizona and has supported our missions of education, support and advocacy.

http://www.nami.org/Template.cfm?Section=press_room&template=/ContentManagement/ContentDisplay.cfm&ContentID=113184


 

RESEARCH

 

Colleges Miss Chance to ID Depressed Students

Psych Central News

January 11, 2011

 

A new study suggests one out of every four or five students who visits a university health center for a routine cold or sore throat turns out to be depressed. However, most centers miss the opportunity to identify these students because they don't screen for depression, according to a new Northwestern University study.

http://psychcentral.com/news/2011/01/11/colleges-miss-chance-to-id-depressed-students/22498.html

 

 

Optimism Could Help Kids Keep Depression at Bay

Health Day News

January 11, 2011

Teaching them to be upbeat may be a buffer, expert suggests. Here's a reason to try to change your kid's attitude: The most optimistic adolescents may be somewhat less likely to be depressed than their peers.
 
http://consumer.healthday.com/Article.asp?AID=648622


 

'Long-Shot' Discovery May Lead to Advances in Treating Anxiety, Memory Disorders

Science Daily News

January 10, 2011

 

An unexpected discovery by UCLA life scientists holds promise for the future development of treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder and other anxiety disorders, and potentially for Alzheimer's disease and other memory-impairment diseases.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/01/110107094906.htm


 

eNO responses may distinguish bipolar disorder from schizophrenia

Med Wire News

January 11, 2011


 

Different patterns in evoked neural oscillation (eNO) responses to speech distinguish patients with bipolar disorder (BD) from those with schizophrenia and mentally healthy individuals, research shows.

http://www.medwire-news.md/47/90716/Psychiatry/eNO_responses_may_distinguish_bipolar_disorder_from_schizophrenia_.html


 

FEATURES & RESOURCES


Inside the Texas Legislature: Find Your Lawmaker

Texas Tribune

January 11, 2011


 

As the 181 members of the Texas Legislature convene in Austin for the 82nd session, use this application to navigate the Capitol and locate legislators. Search by member name, or browse using the floor plan by clicking the tab for each floor in the Capitol and Capitol Extension.

http://www.texastribune.org/directory/offices/


 

Using Electricity, Magnets for Mental Illness

The Wall Street Journal

January 11, 2011


 

Physicians have known for 2,000 years that electricity could help troubled minds-even before they knew what electricity was. Roman Emperor Claudius pressed electric eels to his temples to quell headaches. Sixteenth-century doctors induced seizures with camphor to treat psychiatric illnesses. Now, research is advancing rapidly on a host of far more precise techniques to stimulate or calm the brain with electricity, magnets or even ultrasound and infrared waves. Most of the therapies target severe, resistant depression-a problem for nearly seven million Americans.

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703779704576073762463762744.html?KEYWORDS=mental



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