In: Awareness Days & Events

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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Suicide Prevention Awareness Month: How Can We Do Better?

September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness month, a time where communities can come together and share their stories and resources to…

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Red Ribbon Week: October 23-31

The Red Ribbon Campaign, founded by the National Family Partnership, formerly the National Federation of Parents for Drug Free Youth, advocates…

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In the News: National Bullying Prevention Month

October is National Bullying Prevention month and according to statistics approximately 30% of students are bullied in school. The San Luis…

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Mental Health and Eating Disorders in the News: June, 2018

Mental Health and Eating Disorders in the News: June, 2018 Eating disorders and mental health disorders are recognized by psychologists and…

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Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Month: #4Mind4Body Approximately one in five adults in the United States, 43.8 million, or 18.5%, experiences a mental…

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Survivors of Suicide Day Part 1

Survivor Day is the one day a year when people affected by suicide loss gather around the world at events in…

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Raising Mental Health Awareness During the Holiday Season

Mental health disorders differ from holiday blues Although the holiday blues are a real phenomenon, the consequences associated with the holiday…

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The “Halloween Scaries” and Bullying

As we approach Halloween, many individuals will dress up in costumes as an innocent ploy to mock and bully mental health…

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Horticulture Therapy for Mental Illness

May is Mental Illness Awareness Month, which is dedicated to raising awareness and breaking down the stigmas for mental health disorders…

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