May is Mental Health Awareness Month
According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness for Coastal Virginia, 1 in 5 U.S. adults and 17% of youth aged 6-17 experience a mental health condition each year. You are not alone
Now more than ever it is important that we are looking after our mental wellness, as well as the mental wellness of those around us!
Here are some of the ways for you to join the conversation around mental health wellness.
GO GREEN for Mental Heath Awareness: ways to Go Green to show your support for Mental Health Awareness Month.
CIBH Prevention: resources and weekly Wellness over Worry discussion topic with coping during this trying time.
Every Tuesday and Thursday of May, Chesapeake R U Ready Mental Health and Wellness Coalition will be discussing different topics related to mental health. Please join us for any of our free webinars. Register by clicking on the pictures below.
A suicide attempt left varsity cheerleader Emma Benoit paralyzed, but propelled her on a mission to help others find hope and stay alive.