“Healed Men Heal Men”
Founded by women, Philly-based Black Men Heal is helping to address the emotional pain of African American men around the country
The Answer to Our Youth Mental Health Crisis?
A collaboration between CHOP, Girard College and The Independence Blue Cross Foundation is meeting children in mental distress where they are most comfortable: school. Could this be a model for these overwhelming times?
Guest Commentary: We Must Heal the Trauma
As we end a year with almost 550 homicides, an expert on the future of work offers five ways Philadelphia can help survivors move forward and live healthy, prosperous lives
How to Get Low-Cost (and Free) Mental Health Services in Philadelphia
Mental health in the U.S. is worsening and barriers to care abound. But help is out there—here’s where to find it in Philly
Business for Good: Welcome to Nalaverse
Two Philly entrepreneurs are jumping into the $4 trillion wellness industry with a new platform that rethinks what wellness looks like, who it’s for, and how it can be accessed by everyone
Ideas We Should Steal: Reason to Run
An Oregon-based prison running program is helping incarcerated women with their mental and physical health, while giving them tools that discourage recidivism. Could it do the same in Philly?
Watch: How Kindness Is the Key To Happiness
At The Citizen’s most recent virtual event, author/entrepreneur Brad Aronson and Dr. Vera Ludwig shared the science and stories behind doing good for others
The Citizen Recommends: Is Kindness the Key to Happiness?
Find out next week at a Citizen event with author/entrepreneur Brad Aronson and Penn neuroscientist Dr. Vera Ludwig