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Mental Health Awareness Month May 5, 2022

It's never too early - or too late - to seek help. In the U.S., the average amount of time between the onset of symptoms of a mental health condition or challenge and a diagnosis is 11 years. It's never...

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Mental Health Awareness Month May 3, 2022

FAST FACT: The prevalence of mental health conditions is highest among adults reporting two or more races (35.8 percent).Social, cultural and historical factors often impact the mental health of communities that have traditionally been marginalized. These communities experience overt racism...

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May is Mental Health Month May 2, 2022

With mental health entering more and more of our daily conversations, it is critical that everyone has a solid foundation of knowledge about mental health. That is why for Mental Health Month this year, FBH in conjunction with Mental Health...

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U.S. Surgeon General Issues Warning Feb 14, 2022

U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy warns that children and adolescents face an "unprecedented" mental health crisis from the mounting effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.Murthy said ongoing stress, disruption, fear and grief are making it hard for youth of all ages...

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Senior Living Options Jan 10, 2022

Join our Caregiver Support Program for a FREE educational workshop on senior living options. Register at 509.458.7450, option 2, for this ZOOM event. Learn about senior living environments and how to support your loved ones when it's time to consider placement.

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Caregiving During the Holidays Nov 15, 2021

Caregiving during the holidays has its challenges.Join our Caregiver Support Program for a virtual educational workshop with Becky Tiller, MA, LMHC, and discover ways to handle stress and grief related to caregiving during the holiday season.November 22 and December 1...

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