2021 May Mental Health Awareness Month
Mental Health Awareness Month was established in 1949 to increase understanding of the importance of mental health and wellness, and to celebrate recovery and hope. Please join us and our community partners as we build our collective understanding of mental health and well being in our community. Mental well-being demands we challenge stigma in all places where we live, work, play, learn and pray. Together, we can support one another and fully recognize that mental health *is* health.
The BHRS Prevention and Outreach Team is pleased to announce a series of events in honor of May Mental Health Awareness Month.
- Press Release May 2021.pdf 135.5 KB