A path to finding mental health resources

Accepting that you might have a mental health condition can be scary – it suddenly feels so real. But it can also put you on a path to getting the help you deserve.

Here is a guide to help get you started. Please note, if you are in immediate crisis, call 911 or go to your local Emergency Room.

Child/Adolescent Psychiatry Facts

Our youth are struggling with increased loss, increased stress and an increase of unreported abuse & neglect cases—all leading to heightened mental health challenges

2022 State of Mental Health in America – a report by MHA

MHA’s work is driven by its commitment to promote mental health as a critical part of overall wellness, including prevention services for all; early identification and intervention for those at risk; integrated care, services, and supports for those who need them; with recovery as the goal. This report is a collection of data across all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

Teamwork At Its Best: JCHD Cardiopulmonary Outpatient Adapts to Meet COVID Surge

In September the Delta variant of COVID hit the Texas county of Jackson hard. The virus swept through the school districts resulting in it being passed from students to parents and grandparents, and from teachers to their spouses. The cases overwhelmed the hospital system and post care treatment providers. Referrals to the outpatient cardiopulmonary program came pouring in.

Veteran Suicide in the U.S.

During the month of November we recognize and thank the Veterans who have served our country. As brave as these soldiers are, they are not immune to the struggles of mental health.

How Are You Feeling Today?

Online screening is one of the quickest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition and should seek help. Conditions such as depression, anxiety and alcohol or substance use problems are real, common and treatable. Recovery is possible. Visit this link from Mental Health America to access a variety of […]

Second Victim Support Programs in the Wake of COVID

It is no secret Covid has ravaged the mental health of care providers throughout the country. In December 2020 the Joint Commission published a safety alert regarding the negative impact COVID was having on healthcare workers.