Mental Health and the holidays

Managing Your Mental Health During the Holidays.

Tips on Managing Your Mental health During the Holidays. Do you need help for your mental health now? How can we manage our mental health during the holidays with all the extra distractions, temptations and stressors? It is said the holidays are said to be one of the most trying...

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Plan for a Mental Health Crisis

Navigating a Mental Health Crisis

NAMI’s Guide for NAVIGATING a MENTAL HEALTH CRISIS Do you know what to do and how to help when someone experiences a mental health crisis? As with any illness, when a mental health crisis presents itself, it is helpful to know what to do quickly to get the help you...

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Walk Season Is Coming To An End

Remember our 7th Annual Walk Season is Coming to the End You STILL HAVE TIME to make a difference. We hate to see it go, but this year’s walk is almost over. We are at 88% of our goal, and while we are extremely grateful for getting this far, we would be...

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Create a Recovery Plan

Do you know what to do in a crisis?

Do you know what to do in a Crisis Situation? Wellness and Recovery Action Plans, Planning for a Crisis. NAMI National “No one wants to worry about the possibility of a crisis, but they do happen. That doesn’t mean you have to feel powerless. Many healthcare providers require patients to...

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Pandemic Planning for The Worst Case Scenario

Pandemic Planning Helps Those in Need Get Services “Facing eviction? Need help with utilities? Answers for those in the tri-county region BY TOBIE PERKINS AUGUST 12, 2020 10:19 AM , UPDATED AUGUST 12, 2020 02:59 PM If you’re struggling to pay rent or facing eviction during the pandemic, you are not alone....

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NAMI’s Statement on Recent Racist Incidents

NAMI’s Statement On Recent Racist Incidents And Mental Health Resources For African Americans 5/29/2020 CEO Daniel H. Gillison, Jr., The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) today released the following statement from CEO Daniel H. Gillison, Jr., regarding recent racist incidents across the country and their impact on mental health:...

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Family To Family Begins on May 30th

Our Family to Family Class will Begin Online May 30th. Family-to-Family Educational Program – Online in May NAMI Family-to-Family is a free, 8-session educational program for family, significant others, and friends of people living with mental illness. It is a designated evidenced-based program. Research shows that the program significantly improves...

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York HOSA Students organize mental health awareness event

We were immensely proud to partner with Haley, Hannah, and Morgan on Sunday, March 1st. What a phenomenal turnout for this mental health presentation and panel. We can’t thank Hillcrest Baptist Church enough for opening their doors and hearts and being so willing to begin this conversation. The panel did...

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Looking at my past Winthrop University

Looking at My Past, a retrospective

Looking At My Past, Two Events The Loom Fort Mill & Winthrop University Fort Mill Fort Mill on Saturday, March 21st. This event is free but please register here, only 10 tickets left for this event. EVENTBRITE REGISTRATION Winthrop University Event Dina’s Place, Alumni Drive Monday MARCH 23rd at 7:00...

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