Recognizing National Suicide Prevention Month

More than 47,500 people die by suicide each year in America, making it the 10th leading cause of death overall nationwide. Please know there is hope. September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and Sunday, Sept. 5–Saturday, Sept. 11, 2021 is National Suicide Prevention Week. Suicidal thoughts, much like other mental health issues, can affect anyone…

Take A Mental Health Test

Maybe you’ve been dismissing it as just feeling “off.” Friends and family say that sometimes you’re just “moody.” Or perhaps you’ve convinced yourself that “this too shall pass,” you need to “just deal with it” or feel some sort of shame that you somehow deserve these feelings or that no one will understand.   You…

Mental Health Warning Signs and What You Can Do to Help Your Child

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. Caring for a child’s mental health may not be as easy as caring for their physical health. But, it’s ultimately just as important in their development.  Mental Health America provides support for mental health all year long and they’ve compiled this helpful document on how parents can care for…