In: Awareness Days & Events

World Kindness Day

“World Kindness Day is celebrated annually on November 13th. On this day, participants attempt to make the world a better place…

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Self-Care and Charity: Volunteering

As the holidays approach, we are reminded to express gratitude and give thanks for our health, good fortune, and loved ones…

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Depression Screening and the Community

Roughly 40 million adults in the U.S. struggle with depression or anxiety. Not to mention the family, friends, and coworkers that…

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Childhood Depression: Encouraging Your Child to Get Screened for Depression

Three hundred million individuals are affected by depression worldwide, and this mental health disorder can become serious and can lead to…

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World Mental Health Day: Suicide Prevention

World Mental Health Day is October 10, 2019, and is a day to raise awareness regarding mental health around the world….

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Why the Fall Season Can Be a Good Time to Seek Treatment

As summer breezes turn cool and crisp and trees take on various shades of red and gold, your thoughts likely turn…

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Mental Health Awareness Week: Raising Awareness in the Police Force

One in five adults will experience mental illness in a given year. Mental illness affects everyone directly or indirectly through family,…

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Mental Illness and Bullying and Understanding the Connection

According to the American Psychological Association, bullying is a form of aggressive behavior in which someone intentionally and repeatedly causes another…

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The Importance of Talking About Mental Health with Your Child

The first week of October is Mental Health Awareness Week, where communities come together to educate and spread awareness about the…

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Mental Health Statistics in Native Americans: Numbers Don’t Lie

Native Americans represent less than two percent of the US population but they make up eight percent of those who are…

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Patient, Family & Staff Safety is our Priority: COVID-19Update