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CMHC News

May is Mental Health Month – Fitness #4Mind4Body

Theme highlights importance of physical health in achieving balanced mental health When you or someone you love is dealing with a mental health concern, sometimes it can be a lot to handle. It is important to remember that mental health is essential to everyone’s...

Spiritual wellness meaningful at the turn of the New Year

  Spiritual wellness meaningful at the turn of the New Year With the holiday season only recently concluded and the New Year having just begun, taking a moment to focus on Spiritual Wellness can be important. As part of its community campaign to focus on wellness,...

CMHC offers advice on how to cope with holiday stress

  One of the most enjoyable, yet also the busiest times of the year, will soon be upon us, and Community Mental Health Center, Inc., 285 Bielby Road, Lawrenceburg, wants to provide advice on how to cope with holiday stress, sometimes referred to as the...

Awareness of warning signs can help reduce risk of suicide

Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, marked every September, brings focus to a challenge that has continued to grow throughout our country in recent years. Everyone can play a role in being aware and reaching out to friends and families to help those who may be contemplating suicide.

Wellness the national focus in September

Community Mental Health Center, Inc., Lawrenceburg, joins SAMHSA in celebrating wellness and its importance to everyone who wants to live healthy fulfilling lives.

May is Mental Health Month – Learning about “Life with a Mental Illness”

When mental illnesses or disorders are talked about, the language typically used to describe these illnesses or disorders tends to be clinical and impersonal. These words, while useful for doctors or clinicians, often don’t do justice to what life with a mental illness feels like. That is why this year’s theme for Mental Health Month is a call to action to share what life with a mental illness feels like to someone who is going through it.

March is Problem Gambling Awareness Month

Community Mental Health Center, Inc., Lawrenceburg, with the National Council on Problem Gambling, recognizes March as National Problem Gambling Awareness Month. This year’s campaign continues with the theme “Problem Gambling: Have the Conversation.”