May Is Mental Health Awareness Month
- If you are a family member or friend of an adult who lives with a mental health condition, our Family-to-Family Education Program is for you. The program provides information, resources, and support for you to better understand your loved one, how to advocate for him or her, take care of yourself, and more.
- If you are at least 18 years old and experience a mental health challenge, then our Peer-to-Peer Education Program is for you. It focuses on mental health, wellness, and recovery. It offers information, resources, and a community of support to aid in a recovery plan. Peers who successfully manage their own recovery and wellness guide the classes.
- If you are a parent or family caregiver of children under the age of 18 who experience mental health challenges, our Basics Education Program is for you. It provides the skills, knowledge, and a community of people who can relate to your experience. Trained peers guide you on how to better understand and support your child while maintaining your own well-being.
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