May is Mental Health Month

Cornelia Mascio
Mag 19, 2017

Millions of Americans fight a stigma and face the reality of living with a mental health condition. For this reason, Jane Semel and Melanie Hall created in 2003 as a resource where friends and family could find tips and tools for how to talk to their their loved ones with mental illness in order to help them to cope and find the help they need.

National Alliance on Mental Illness of Hancock County will host the seventh Color Me Happy 5K Run/Walk on Saturday at Riverside Park in Findlay.

Behavioral health care is in the spotlight in May because it's Mental Health Month. Miltich's appearance was made possible by the Evansville Art Center.

Whom to talk to and when to seek help.

"Mental health is health" is the Minnesota Department of Human Services' theme for May's Mental Health Month.

There's a wide range of mental health support, including inpatient treatments that provide counseling and care for emotional, behavioral, or mental health crisis, to outpatient treatments with psychiatrists and psychologists to licensed professional counselors and licensed marriage and family therapists that are committed to giving the best mental health care to patients. "Note what barriers might come up when following through with this plan and problem-solve how to avoid them". That's still often not the case for other, harder to treat conditions, such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. In partnering with the magazine, moving forward MSC will regularly contribute to discussions around mental health issues as a leading nutritional supplier operating within the sporting industry today. "It's a rude awakening for any parent", she said. The more we educate, the more comfortable people will feel getting help.

"The next government and employers must do more to support people with mental health conditions".

On Friday the 9th of June, the "Mind Games" festival will be taking place across both venues at Whammy Bar on Karangahape Rd to bring together some of the most interesting and eclectic musicians in Auckland to raise awareness around mental health in New Zealand and the support that can be offered within the music and creative community.

"When you see certain patterns change in your child; you see grades suddenly fall down, you see him or her not having any friends, you see him or her mostly in his or her room, playing solo games or just kind of lying around; those are all signs of depression, said Dr. Grover". "We're hoping for the best".

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