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Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
Tom Morton, Townsquare Media
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‘Depression Is A Beast’: McMurry Family Vows Greater Mental Health Awareness After Mick’s Death

Mick McMurry's mental health rapidly declined after back surgery in February, which lead to his suicide earlier this week, his daughter and a family spokesman said Friday.

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Mental Health Facility For Veterans Opens in Riverton

Members of the military now have a place to go for psychological services in Riverton.

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Jerry Lampen-Pool, Getty Images
Jerry Lampen-Pool, Getty Images
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Struggling With Low Self-Esteem In Cheyenne? This Should Help Give A Boost

Self-esteem is a very precious thing. Some have lived their lives having it torn down and others have spent their lives trying to build it up.

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Townsquare Media
Townsquare Media
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Senate Committee OKs Involuntary Commitment Bill

A committee of the Wyoming Senate recommends approval of a bill to change state procedures for the involuntary hospitalization of people for mental health treatment.

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Wyoming Capitol
Amy Richards, Townsquare Media
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ACLU Questions Involuntary Commitment Changes

Wyoming lawmakers are set to consider whether to change the state procedure for hospitalizing people involuntarily for mental health treatment.

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Dale Steenbergen
Greater Cheyenne Chamber of Commerce
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The Morning Zone Tuesday Lineup

7:07AM MST:  Jim Kouri.  Law Enforcement Columnist and Fifth Vice, President of The National Association of Chiefs of Police will discuss his latest column (posted in it's entirity now right here on www.kgab.com) ...President Barack Obama's

Dr. Margaret Cochran
Dr. Margaret Cochran
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More Children Being Hospitalized for Mental Health Illnesses; Dr. Margaret Cochran on Today’s Morning Zone

More children than ever are being hospitalized for mental illnesses in the US. American kids are becoming more likely to be admitted to the hospital for mental problems, according to a new study. The rate of psychiatric hospital discharges rose by more than 80 percent for 5-13-year-olds and by 42 percent for older teens

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