Archives for: May 25th, 2022
As we once again try to process devastating losses and unspeakable grief that follow mass shootings, several mental health resources are available free to everyone at JFS. The JFS Community Support Program is available to anyone who would like to speak to a therapist to help process difficult feelings and emotions. The program includes three […]
Thank you JFCS MPLS for allowing us to share this article offering seven tips on staying mentally strong and calm in the time of COVID-19 written by Leah Persky, Ph.D. and CFLE, Family Life Education Manager at JFCS.
National Depression Screening Day is Thursday, October 10. Like a diabetes screen or blood pressure check, hospitals, clinics and community organizations encourage everyone to be screened for depression. Depression effects more than 17 million people worldwide, which is about seven percent of the population. Depression has a wide variety of symptoms and can manifest differently […]
In October of 2018, a report that ranks the mental health and access to care of all states in the US was released by the MHA, Mental Health America. MHA is the nation’s leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and to promoting the overall mental health of […]