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. 

To learn more, visit https://www.mhanational.org/mental-health-month 

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Want to get involved?

To get involved in one of our events please contact Shauna Jacob sbjacob@nochildabuse.org.

We are always looking for enthusiastic committee members, event sponsors, and partners to help educate and inform our community about child abuse.

We look forward to your participation in one of our main events:

Pinwheels for Prevention
Ducky Derby – Hope Floats
CASA Superhero Run
Super Bowl Raffle
Adopt A Family
Positive Parenting Messages

And so much more….