Mental Health Month 2021 – Spreading awareness

Posted on 05/05/21 03:30:pm
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Mental Health America and other mental health organizations have been observing Mental Health Month and spreading much needed awareness every May since 1949.

As we enter our second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us are experiencing heightened levels of stress and anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns. But due to stigma, not everyone is comfortable reaching out for treatment. Help us spread awareness of mental health this May and let everyone know that there’s nothing wrong with needing help.

Like the previous year, Mental Health Month’s theme in 2021 will be Tools 2 Thrive. While the theme is the same, the content of the toolkit has been updated with the following topics:

  • Adapting after trauma and stress
  • Dealing with anger and frustration
  • Getting out of thinking traps
  • Processing big changes
  • Taking time for yourself
  • Radical acceptance

Rogers offers resources to help you thrive

Looking for additional mental health resources to help you thrive in 2021 and the years to come? You can head over to our Resources section to explore a variety of blogs, webinars, videos, factsheets, podcasts, and more!

Rogers can help

We have more than 20 clinics throughout the country that provide partial hospitalization and intensive outpatient care for children, adolescents, and adults who are struggling with depression, other mood disorders, eating disorders, addiction, OCD, anxiety disorders, and trauma. Residential and inpatient care is also available in Oconomowoc, West Allis, and Brown Deer.

To request a free, confidential screening, you can visit our online request form or call:

800-767-4411 for services in Oconomowoc, West Allis, and Brown Deer

888-927-2203 for services at all other locations

Call 800-767-4411 or go to rogersbh.org to request a free screening.