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Did you know that CBHC offers five no-cost therapy sessions to anyone directly affected by suicide? The goal of these sessions is to assist the survivor in gaining a greater understanding of the unique grief process and to give them the skills to restore their functioning. Ongoing therapy is beneficial to assist the survivor in finding their "New Normal." If you are in need, call us at 941-639-8300 to schedule your first session. ... See MoreSee Less

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"You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step." -Martin Luther King Jr.

Think of something in your life you want to improve, and figure out what you can do to take a step in the right direction.
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#BoostYourMentalHealth: Set up a getaway. It could be camping with friends or a trip to the tropics. The act of planning a vacation and having something to look forward to can boost your overall happiness for up to 8 weeks! ... See MoreSee Less

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#BoostYourMentalHealth: Start your day with a cup of coffee. Coffee consumption is linked to lower rates of depression. If you can’t drink coffee because of the caffeine, try another good-for-you drink like green tea. #CBHCCares ... See MoreSee Less

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Did you know that CBHC offers many intervention, prevention, and postvention programs in our community? In addition to spreading informational materials throughout Charlotte County, some of the other programs we offer are: teach the evidence-based Signs of Suicide program to all 7th and 9th graders across Charlotte County; create and distribute the Purple Packet, training first responders for distribution; five free therapy sessions to anyone affected directly by suicide; support groups for first responders; and we will soon offer an evidence based program for kids who are vulnerable or bullied and may be at risk of self-harm. For more information on suicide, you can visit www.zerosuicideswfl.org. If you or someone you know may be at risk for suicide, we can help. Give us a call at 941-639-8300. For more emergent needs, call 9-1-1 or our Crisis Line at 941-575-0222. ... See MoreSee Less

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#BoostYourMentalHealth: Track gratitude and achievement with a journal. Include 3 things you were grateful for and 3 things you were able to accomplish each day. #CBHCCares ... See MoreSee Less

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One in five American adults experienced a mental health issue. One in 10 young people experienced a period of major depression. One in 25 Americans lived with a serious mental illness, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, or major depression. Let us help! Call (941) 639-8300. #CBHCCares ... See MoreSee Less

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Looking for some new fall styles? Check out these Mental Health shirts and support awareness and stomp the stigma! www.etsy.com/market/mental_health_shirt ... See MoreSee Less

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Today's Tip: Educate staff, parents and students on symptoms of and help for mental health problems. Information helps break down the stigma surrounding mental health and enables adults and students recognize when to seek help. School mental health professionals can provide useful information on symptoms of problems like depression or suicide risk. These can include a change in habits, withdrawal, decreased social and academic functioning, erratic or changed behavior, and increased physical complaints. ... See MoreSee Less

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Today's Tip: Encourage good physical health. Good physical health supports good mental health. Healthy eating habits, regular exercise and adequate sleep protect kids against the stress of tough situations. Regular exercise also decreases negative emotions such as anxiety, anger, and depression. ... See MoreSee Less

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