Encourage Hope and Help is a suicide prevention website for youth (ages 10-24), parents, educators, LGBTQ, attempt survivors, loss survivors, veterans, and community members in the Kansas City area. Through education and prevention efforts, we strive to end youth suicide.
From social determinants of health to genetics, many factors are in play when it comes to mental health conditions. Neurotransmitters are an essential part of everyday functioning. Learn more at mhanational.org/neurons-how-brain-communicates #MentalHealthMonth #BackToMHBasics #MHM2022 ... See MoreSee Less
Addressing mental health symptoms early is critically important for overall health. Mental health professionals can help diagnose and treat mental health challenges. Find which mental health professional is right for you: bit.ly/mhprofs #MentalHealthMonth #BackToMHBasics #MHM2022 ... See MoreSee Less
If you or someone you know is in crisis, text MHA to 741741 to reach a trained Crisis Counselor 24/7 or call 1-800- 273-8255 to reach a local crisis center through the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. #MentalHealthMonth #BackToMHBasics #MHM2022 ... See MoreSee Less
Life can be challenging, but every day shouldn’t feel hard or out of your control. If it does, one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition is to take a mental health screening at mhascreening.org. #MentalHealthMonth #BackToMHBasics #MHM2022 ... See MoreSee Less
What contributes to developing a mental health condition? How do we recognize warning signs? What are ways to maintain good mental health? Mental Health America’s 2022 #MentalHealthMonth Toolkit answers all these and more at mhanational.org/may #BackToMHBasics #MHM2022 ... See MoreSee Less
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