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PTSD Awareness Month

PTSD Awareness Month recognizes the lasting impact traumatic events can have on emotional and mental wellbeing. PTSD stands for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and is an anxiety condition that can develop after seeing, experiencing, or living through lift-threatening events. Though difficult, recovery is possible and includes healthy steps like connecting with family and friends, being mindful, and exercising. If you or someone you know are exhibiting any signs of PTSD, it’s important to reach out and seek help. Learn more about PTSD by reading our BLOG.

PTSD Awareness Month

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The month of June also recognizes: 


National Brain Health Month


Brain health and mental health are very closely interconnected because the brain serves as the control center for our emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. Factors such as proper nutrition, regular exercise, quality sleep, stress management, and cognitive stimulation directly influence brain health and mental wellbeing. By prioritizing activities that support brain health, we can enhance resilience, emotional regulation, cognitive function, and overall mental health for years to come.

Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month

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National Men's Health Month


Men’s mental health is an important aspect of overall well-being, yet it often receives less attention and discussion compared to other health concerns. Recognizing the unique mental health challenges faced by men is crucial for promoting their overall well-being. Men’s Health Month provides an opportune time to shed light on these issues and encourage conversations surrounding men’s mental health. 

Men's Health Month

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Juneteenth: June 19, 2023


Originally called Jubilee Day, Juneteenth marks the unofficial end to slavery in the United States. Though a holiday celebrated for many years, Juneteenth only recently got the federal recognition it rightfully deserves. This day is primarily one of hope and promise, but it is also a time to acknowledge the historical trauma and systemic racism experienced by Black individuals as well as the need for healing. Let us not only celebrate the progress made but also commit to working towards a more just and equitable world.


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Summer Mental Health


Summer is a time of fun in the sun, but it can also be jam-packed with obligations that can be a catalyst for anxiety and stress. Here are a few activities that can help facilitate some relaxation!

Summer Activities for Mental Health

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