May is Mental Health Awareness Month and in 2019, AIB is focused on raising awareness and promoting strategies to attain and maintain mental health and wellness along with reducing the stigmas and misconceptions surrounding mental illnesses.
We hope you will join us this month as we feature programs devoted to this issue and know that Your Mind Matters."These spots are available at no charge to other organizations that seek to lessen the impact gun violence has on our
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Mental health problems are common and yet it's easy to overlook the signs. They can range from sadness to suicidal thoughts. In this first of four quarterly Public Service Announcements, the AIB Network urges viewers to be aware
of the signs and to know that recovery is possible.
Mental illness does not discriminate. Don't be embarrassed or ashamed to seek help. Check out Mental Health Resources below.
Don’t ignore mental health, get help!
Tips to boost mental health.
http://www.mhageorgia.org/getting-help/ Mental Health of Georgia. This webpage offers a list of mental health-related resources and hotlines.
https://www.nimh.nih.gov/index.shtml - National Institute of Mental Health is the lead federal agency on research on mental disorders. Its wide-ranging website offers articles on the latest
research and helpful, easy-to-read guides on signs, symptoms, risk factors, treatments and therapies, as well as additional resources.
https://nami.org/ - National Alliance on Mental Illness. NAMI is the foundation for hundreds of NAMI State Organizations, NAMI Affiliates and volunteer leaders who work in local communities to raise
awareness and provide essential and free education, advocacy and support group programs. Find local support groups as well as a range of informative fact sheets and other resources on its website.