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Since its inception in 1949, Mental Health Month is recognized every May in the U.S. with the goal of reducing the stigma associated with mental health.
To support this mission, Rogers is focused on spreading awareness, instilling hope, providing information on our treatment options, recognizing recovery, helping save lives, and shattering stigma. We invite you to join us in this endeavor throughout the month of May.
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We’re also involved in several events throughout the month. Here are some that you should keep an eye on and look into attending to help us spread awareness.
Milwaukee-area screenings of Suicide: The Ripple Effect, a documentary about the story of survivor Kevin Hines and his message to help more people #BeHereTomorrow. For dates, times, and ticket information, visit rogersbh.org/STRE.
We’re also sharing posts on social media throughout May, including inspirational stories, Mental Health America’s #4Mind4Body challenges, facts, info about Rogers, and more. Join the conversation by using the #4Mind4Body and #MentalHealthMonth hashtags.
We’re also attending a NAMI Walks in communities near our clinics. See if you have a NAMI Walk near you here. Additional events can be found on our Facebook page.
Rogers Behavioral Health is a not-for-profit mental healthcare system with more than a dozen locations in seven states. We offer two tiers of specialized outpatient treatment services, as well as residential and inpatient options. For more than 110 years, we’ve provided treatment to help people find relief from OCD and anxiety, eating disorders, depression and mood disorders, addiction, PTSD, and emotional dysregulation.
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