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green ribbon and text mental health awarenessMany of us experience challenges with our mental health, whether we have a specific diagnosis of a mental illness or generally struggle with our thoughts, feelings or emotions on a day to day basis.

Since the start of the pandemic, mental health challenges have dramatically increased across our society, as we all have faced social isolation, changing pressures of family, school and social lives, changes in services and community resources, and changes in activities, to name a few. Also, many of us have had direct encounters with COVID-19, through experiencing the illness ourselves or the loss of a loved one.

The need for mental health awareness and support is at an all-time high. With the month of May being national Mental Health Awareness Month, we wanted to share with you some important resources and encourage you to seek support if you are experiencing mental health challenges.

For more information and support we encourage you to contact the following resources directly:

Additionally, many of our programs are designed to provide support, guidance and an opportunity to connect with others generally. We encourage you to consider joining us for one of our activities or contact our office to find the service or program that’s right for you.