May is Mental Health Awareness Month: Let’s be there for each other
Our community is stronger when we all make mental health a priority and seek out positive ways to connect and care for ourselves and others. A great way to start is by simply checking in with one another. Or plan a nature walk in the Arb with colleagues.
“Compassion and kindness can go a long way in promoting our overall well-being,” said Kelcey Stratton, chief behavioral health strategist for faculty and staff. “Remember that you are not alone, and we are here to listen and offer support whenever you need it.”
We are here for you
If you (or someone you know) could use extra support, you can access many mental and emotional health resources at no charge.
- Confidential online screenings
- Professional counseling
- Presentations and events for your mind and mood
- Tools and suggestions to foster kindness and support
- Register for “Let’s Pause: Practices and Resources to Care for Your Mental Health”, a free Zoom webinar on May 25 at noon.
Learn more about support for your mind and mood, including special events in May.