May Mental Health Blog 2020

Every May, Mental Health America observes Mental Health Month, and encourages organizations from across the United States to join their initiative. These usually involve in-person conferences and events, though unfortunately this year we cannot engage in fellowship to bring awareness to this concern. A stay and home order also alienates many of us from our […]

Keep Calm, Cope On!

With schools closed and many parents working from home without childcare for the foreseeable future, it’s hard not to start spiraling. While health and physical safety are important, it is also important to be aware of how you and your children are feeling and thinking about the crisis. Here are some ways that you can […]

Northam targets overcrowding of mental health hospitals in new budget

Governor Ralph Northam is hoping to target the issue of overcrowding at mental health hospitals across the state as the General Assembly considers new legislation in its 2020 session. https://www.whsv.com/content/news/Northam-targets-overcrowding-of-mental-health-hospitals-in-new-budget-566855871.html