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Video Series on Depression and Suicide Awareness Gets Ready for Mental Health Awareness Month

Video Series on Depression and Suicide Awareness Gets Ready for Mental Health Awareness Month By Michelle Price May is Mental Health Awareness month and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is already sharing content to help the public understand why we should talk about and
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OYLPN Mental Health PSA: WE ARE THE MAJORITY

Ohio Youth-Led Prevention Newtwork (OYLPN) Mental Health PSA Ohio Youth-Led Prevention Network (OYLPN) is a joint-venture between Drug Free Action Alliance (DFAA) and The Ohio Department of Mental Health & Addiction Services (Ohio MHAS). Together, we build & expand partnership
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Mental Health Awareness Week! (Part 2/3)

Mental Health Awareness Week, May 11 – 15, the Delaware Suicide Prevention Coalition hosted tables in Hayes High School and Buckeye Valley Middle School with daily challenges for the students. The point of this week was to stress important coping skills for when things get tough, and
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Mental Health Awareness Week! (Part 1/3)

How much attention do you devote to your state of mind? How much do you think mental health, good or bad, can affect our everyday lives? Can you see yourself making a positive influence on your community through friends, family, or even strangers? These are the questions the Delaware
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May is Mental Health Month: HelpLine Works to Eradicate Stigma Around Mental Illness

Do any of the following questions sound familiar to you? Why do people choose to be depressed? Why can’t they just snap out of it? If someone is suicidal, they’re just a coward. They just act that way for attention. The statements and ideas above are false. These are examples of the m
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July is National Minority Mental Health Month

Post by Audia Fraley, HelpLine Suicide Prevention Educator July is National Minority Mental Health month and we took a look at the challenges that ethnic minorities face in seeking help for mental illness and explore ways that mental health professionals can help overcome them.   Ethn
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