May is Mental Health Awareness Month

From Community Director
As Mental Health Awareness Month, May is a time to raise awareness of and reduce the stigma surrounding behavioral health issues, as well as highlighting the ways how mental illness and addiction can affect all of us.
The world is constantly changing – for better or for worse – and it can be overwhelming to deal with everything going on around you. While society is getting more comfortable discussing mental health, it can still be hard to know “Where to Start” when it comes to taking care of your own well-being.
The Mayors Wellness Campaign invites you this May to:
LEARN how modern life affects mental health with new resources to navigate our changing world.
ACT by building your coping toolbox so you can manage stress, difficult emotions, and challenging situations.
ADVOCATE to improve mental health for yourself, your friends and family, and your community.
For anyone struggling with the pressure of today's world, feeling alone, or wondering if they can feel better, this is Where to Start - download the Mental Health Toolkit here.
View the Borough's Proclamation recognizing Mental Health Awareness Month.
Last updated 5/2/2024 9:52:13 AM