mental illness

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Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

The Fountain House Gallery's exposition at 702 Ninth Ave. runs through Dec. 23.

Kips Bay »

All city hospitals and Maimonides Medical Center have agreed to universal screening within two years.

Civic Center »

The health department released a report that precedes Chirlane McCray's mental health initiative.

Bed-Stuy »

The six-story building on the corner of Throop and Park avenues would have studios for $907 a month.

Crown Heights »

The Department of Health released "health profiles" for every neighborhood in Brooklyn this week.

Midtown »

David Baril's neighbors said his mental health had been deteriorating for years. 

Central Harlem »

A Diversion Center where officers can take low-level offenders will open in Harlem this fall.

Morningside Heights »

Clinton referenced Garner in her first major policy speech which focused on criminal justice reform.

Bed-Stuy »

Actor Gbenga Akinnagbe plays a Brooklyn native with a developmental disorder in the film "Knucklehead."

Flatbush »

Janet Markoe, Phillip Arabadjis and Thi Chau were all still missing Monday afternoon, officials said.

East New York »

Advocates and relatives of murder victim Tanaya Copeland, 18, want to see charges in her death.

SoHo »

Residents said not enough was done to keep Richard Pearson, 49, off the streets.

Little Neck »

Arron Gouede, 17, went missing after walking out of Long Island Jewish Hospital, police said.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Leon Sims, 25, attacked four people in a spree that started with his grandmother, police said.

Crown Heights »

Scores of longtime homeowners oppose plans to build apartments for the mentally ill on their block.