Mental Health Month
You Are Not Alone
Thank you for connecting with us! May is Mental Health Month and the latest data from the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) indicates that 1 in 5 adults nationwide experience mental illness each year, but less than half get treatment. Also, youth, mental health is worsening with 9.7 percent reporting severe major depression. NAMI reports that throughout the pandemic youth ages 11-17 have been more likely than any other age group to score for moderate to severe symptoms of anxiety and depression.
Mental Health Month’s goal is to shine a light on the success stories of people who have reached out for help and who are healing, and the mental health services available to individuals who need it. Know that you are not alone and that if you are searching for support, guidance or services, Monarch has behavioral health professionals who can help.
We Are Here to Help
Please call us if you want to find out more about the services available in your area.
Or, if are you interested in finding out information on mental health topics such as depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation or attention-deficit / hyperactivity disorder, we have several resources available for download by filling out this form.
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