Mental Health Month #BackToBasics

Mental Health Month


May is Mental Health Month. Mental health should be a priority for everyone.

It’s important that we start by getting the basics right, like strategies to achieve strong mental health or the ability to recognize warning signs.

Feeling like something “isn’t quite right”?


Taking a free, anonymous mental health screen at is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine if what you are experiencing might be signs of a mental health condition. 


Take a Mental Health Screen


Screening can help catch mental health problems early.

Get screened at

A screening only takes a few minutes, and after you are finished you will be given information about the next steps you should take based on the results. 

Find a Mental Health Professional


A Mental Health Professional is a licensed or certified mental health treatment provider.

See for a detailed list.

Mental Health Month Fast Fact


It is important to know that experiencing these factors doesn’t mean that you’ll definitely develop a mental health condition.

You can take steps to reduce your risk factors or increase your protective factors – like building supportive relationships, taking care of your body, and practicing gratitude.

Just like any health condition, knowing the risk factors can help you identify and address symptoms early on and plan a course of action to overall health. 

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Mental Health Month: Trauma


Trauma is an emotional response to a disturbing, scary, or shocking experience that overwhelms an individual’s ability to cope. 

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May is Mental Health Month


This month, we got #BackToBasics with Mental Health. 

When living with a mental health condition or facing a mental health concern, it’s common to feel like no one understands what you’re going through.

But many people overcome the mental health challenges they face.

You aren’t alone – help is out there, and recovery is possible.

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