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Mental Health Resources

Why We Care About Mental Health

"According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)Trusted Source, mental illness is among the most common health conditions in the United States.

More than 50% of U.S. adults will need mental health treatment at some point during their lifetime. In addition, 1 in 25 are currently living with a serious mental illness, such as an eating disorder, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), or major depression.

A national survey estimates that 11.2%Trusted Source of all U.S. adults report regularly feeling some form of worry, nervousness, or anxiety, while 4.7% report frequently experiencing sadness or symptoms of depression."  from Medical News Today, Medically reviewed by Taisha Caldwell-Harvey, PhD — Written by Lois Zoppi on November 9, 2020

It's Ok to have
and a 
therapist too.

It's OK to Ask For Help

Just Some of the Printed Resources from
the National Institute for Mental Health

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Women in Depression

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Men's Depression

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Older Adults Depression


Teen Depression


Warning Signs of Suicide


Do I Need Help?


Grief is a wide topic that covers many kinds of losses and an almost infinite range of emotions. There are many resources available for those who are grieving.  Below are just a few.

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Video Resources


About Grief with Dr. Brittany Rogers
The Calm Workbook with John Roy
About Depression with Dr. Jo Mason

Previous Interviews

How Big Are Your Worries, Little Bear?

Helpful Websites

This is just a small list of what is available.

If you are in crisis, please call 911.

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Suicide Prevention and Recovery

If you are in crisis, please call 911.

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Faith Based
Suicide Prevention

National Suicide
Prevention Resources

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A valuable  guide highlighting the link between mental health and vision health.

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