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Mind Your Mental Health - July is BIPOC Mental Health Month
This health observance acknowledges that obtaining needed mental health care is often much more difficult within BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) communities. Review these helpful resources.Learn More
Whether you work in an office building or on a construction site, your workplace can have an effect on your mental and physical health. Here are some topics that can give you tips for being safe and healthy on the job.Learn More
July is Social Wellness Month
Social connections are the relationships you have with the people around you. Your network of relationships may be big or small. One or two close family members or friends may be all you need to feel supported and valued. Whether your circle is big or small, the important thing is that you are there for each other.Learn More
Mental Health Problems and Stigma
If you have a mental health problem, you may worry about what other people will think of you. In many cases, no one can even tell if you are struggling with symptoms. But sometimes the fear that someone can tell is enough to cause concern. Here are some ways you can help others better understand mental health problems.Learn More
Living with More than One Health Problem
Many people have more than one long-term (chronic) health problem. You may be one of them. When you have more than one problem, doctors call the health problems comorbidities.Learn More