May is Mental Health Month

Mental health is essential to everyone’s overall health and well-being.

People with mental health conditions deal with changes in emotions, thinking, and/or behavior. For some, this means extreme and unexpected changes in mood – like feeling much more sad or worried than usual. For others, it means not thinking clearly, pulling away from friends and activities you used to enjoy, or hearing voices that others do not. No matter what kind of mental health condition someone is facing, it's always possible to recover.

If you would like to learn more or know someone who may need support, please call COMPASS at 330-782-5664. Our Behavioral Health and Counseling center can provide assistance.

Source and more information: https://mhanational.org/sites/default/files/Fact%20Sheet%20MHM%202022%20-%201.%20Starting%20to%20Think%20About%20Mental%20Health.pdf

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