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LGBT-Specific Mental Health Risk Factors #MMHAM

July 7, 2020

Written by: Zoë King This July, we are focusing our content on ‘Minority Identities and Mental Health’, a blog series honoring #MMHAM that discusses the mental health risks, issues, and resources specifically affecting minority populations and identities.  Being LGBTQ can be difficult in ways some people may not expect. Many assume that ever since same-sex marriage has more »

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Virtual Support Groups: Closed Captioning Now Offered!

July 6, 2020

We’re so proud to begin offering closed captioning within our virtual programming starting this month! Accessibility is incredibly important when it comes to mental health resources. We are always seeking ways to be more accessible, and providing captioning to support groups for the first sessions of each month is that first step. Join us for more »

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Introducing Minority Mental Health Awareness Month #MMHAM

July 3, 2020

Written by: Arielle Karoub This July, we are focusing our content on ‘Minority Identities and Mental Health’, a blog series honoring #MMHAM that discusses the mental health risks, issues, and resources specifically affecting minority populations and identities.  July is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month. It was formally recognized in 2008 when Bebe Moore Campbell brought awareness to the unique struggle and underrepresentation more »

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6 Tips for Medication Maintenance and Management

July 1, 2020

Written by: Tonya J.  Williams, B.A., J.D.  Author’s note:  I am not a physician, however, I have taken medication to manage a mental health diagnosis for more than 10 years.  Few things are more important than understanding the medications you are taking and their side effects.  It is an essential part of staying healthy. I more »

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Mental Illness and Intersectionality

June 24, 2020

Written by: Tonya J.  Williams, B.A., J.D.  I am African-American. I am female. I am gay. I live with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder. Any one of these identities alone could pose challenges in our society. However, living at the intersection of all four has often left me wondering where I fit in. It has more »

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