Warning message

This form submits changes to your default configuration and may need to be entered from

The Risk Factors, Effects on the Brain, and Signs of Substance Abuse

May 24, 2022 Posted in: News Release

Every year, millions of people struggle with substance abuse from alcohol, drugs, and other substances. These disorders can have long-lasting effects on a person’s physical and emotional state.

... Continue reading →

How to Reconnect When Managing Depression

May 24, 2022 Posted in: News Release

Depression affects more than 6.8 million people across the United States on average. This mental health condition leads... Continue reading →

Chemical Dependency: When to Get Help

May 24, 2022 Posted in: News Release

As time goes on, more people are struggling with chemical dependency and other mental health concerns. Major impacts such as the global pandemic have affected individuals in numerous ways, which has led... Continue reading →

What Are the Signs of a Mental Breakdown?

May 24, 2022 Posted in: News Release

People all over the nation are constantly faced with traumatic events, accidents, and other instances that could negatively impact their mental health.

According to... Continue reading →

Causes & Symptoms of Psychological Trauma

May 23, 2022 Posted in: News Release

Accidents, illness, and the death of a loved one are only a few of the causes that could lead to psychological trauma. As people face heartbreak or highly stressful situations, they feel major emotions... Continue reading →

What to do When Someone is Suicidal

May 23, 2022 Posted in: News Release

Do you have a friend or family member who is having suicidal thoughts? There are many reasons why someone might be feeling these heavy emotions, but there are also many ways to help them in their time of... Continue reading →

Ways to Help Someone with PTSD

May 23, 2022 Posted in: News Release

Back during World War II in the early 1940s, post-traumatic stress disorder wasn’t a diagnosable condition. Instead, it was known by names like shell shock, battle shock, combat fatigue, war neurosis, and... Continue reading →

Tips on Going Back to School

August 31, 2021 Posted in: Announcement

Heading back to school can be a stressful time, especially for students who struggle with emotional regulation and similar challenges. Even in normal years, many students face... Continue reading →

Suicide Prevention Awareness Month for Children, Teens, and Adults

August 31, 2021 Posted in: Announcement

Every day, there are approximately 3,041 suicide attempts by young people in grades 9-12. Yet due to stigmas and taboos, this isn’t talked about nearly enough. There are too... Continue reading →

Managing the Post-pandemic Return to Normalcy

July 20, 2021 Posted in: Announcement

The pandemic forced millions of people out of their routines. For many, this meant no longer having access to the coping strategies and structures they needed to maintain their... Continue reading →