By Leo Cabral It is no surprise that America would consider gun shops essential businesses. Who loves guns more than good ol’ America? State and local governments have laid out recommended regulations during the shelter in place order levied in mid March and, quite frankly, firearms do not quite fit the level of necessity as
Tag: Mental health
By Erik Galicia Correction: In a previous version of this story we incorrectly ran a headline that stated Doctors Without Borders took place at Riverside City College. Doctors Without Borders actually took place in The Box Theater in Downtown Riverside. In 2002, Karen Stewart, a mental health officer for Doctors Without Borders, lost her sister to
A line stretched several blocks around the Riverside Municipal Auditorium filled with Bernie Sanders supporters and undecided voters in efforts to have the chance to see the Democratic presidential hopeful speak May 24.
A recent development will soon provide a new channel of receiving information from a counselor. RCC will soon introduce face-to-face online video sessions.
Posted: June 2, 2015 | Written by: Josiah Patterson In light of Mental Health Month, the Riverside County Department of Mental Health hosted a mental health fair on May 21 at Fairmount Park in Riverside. The fair was free and open to the public and consisted of nearly 95 vendors from all over Riverside County,
Posted: May 27, 2015 | Written by: Crystal Olmedo RCC will close out the celebration of Mental Health Awareness Month with the “Balanced Life – Balance Mind Expo,” on May 30 in the Digital Library from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Free food, entertainment, presentations, music, and a raffle will be provided. This event is
Posted: May 13, 2015 | Written by Aja Sanders The Riverside Police Department and the Riverside County Department of Mental Health collaborated on May 7 at California Baptist University for a panel discussion about policing and mental health. The panel was comprised of both members of law enforcement and trained experts in treating those with
Posted: March 11, 2015 | Written by Austin McVey Riverside City College students took Club Rush by storm March 3 and 4. Active Minds was seen promoting their club and showing students what it means to talk openly about mental health. With 426 chapters in the United States and Canada, RCC’s Active Minds is among
Crystal Olmedo | Staff Writer In the wake of numerous mishandlings of sexual assault claims made by California college students, Riverside City College students and faculty are preparing to do their part to raise awareness and implement regulations. These regulations are set to take precedent in regards to education on sexual assault, and the enforcing
Mykaela Taketa | Asst. Op Ed May 1, 2014 This month is Mental Health Awareness and there’s a health issue that needs its turn to be addressed as well. With the all-good attention of telling people who are afflicted with depression and anxiety to be positive, we tend to overlook the opposite with those who