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    Mental Health Month May


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    These past weeks have been difficult for many of us, and at times we may feel discouraged or isolated. We want to remind you that you are not alone and encourage you to connect with other youth who may be having the same thoughts and feelings. Hearing from other youth going through the same things can be helpful in getting us through this. With that in mind, on Tuesday, May 26th at 4pm, please join us on Zoom for “Real Talk: Teens on Mental Health”. This live conversation will be a safe space for youth to discuss mental health and share creative approaches to self-care during this unprecedented time.  Join Bring Change to Mind (BC2M) and Directing Change for this special event as youth from all over the country lead conversations around mental health.

    How to Join: RSVP on EventBrite to reserve your spot- space is limited. This event is free and for teens and young adults only.

    Promote on Instagram: Have you found some creative ways to practice self-care during these difficult times? It’s time for some Real Talk: Teens on Mental Health. Join youth from all over the country from 4 pm – 5 pm on May 26 for conversations about mental health. Sign up on Eventbrite here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/real-talk-teens-on-mental-health-tickets-104475023608

    #EachMindMatters #directingchange #bringchangetomind #mentalhealthmattersmonth





    5/5/20: Let’s Taco ‘bout Mental Health!

    Grab your tacos for Taco Tuesday and join the #ManySidesToMyStory Social Media challenge! This movement encourages others to express the many sides of their story to raise awareness about mental health and support those who may be experiencing mental health challenges. Visit Many Sides to My Story to learn more and join the movement, then visit TikTok to add your own story. It’ll be a TikTok taco night! Use #PEIMay2020.


    Know the signs

    5/6/20 and 5/8/20: Know the Signs Webinar Presentation

    Pain isn’t always obvious, but we can all learn tools to learn how to reach out and help someone who may be in crisis. Register for this free 45-minute webinar to learn how to recognize the signs, find the words, and reach out. Available in English on Wednesday, May 6th (9:00 AM, 1:00 PM, and 5:00 PM) and in Spanish on Friday, May 8th (9:00 AM, 1:00 PM, and 5:00 PM). Email PEI@ruhealth.org to register; please include session date and time you would like to attend.



    5/7/20: Hope and Recovery Presentation

    There are many sides to a story. Register for this free 60-minute webinar to hear inspirational stories of hope and recovery from people with lived experience with mental illness. Hear how recovery is possible and about the supports available. Presentation on Thursday, May 7th at 11:00 AM. Contact Ron Hoffman at Ron.Hoffman@riinternational.com to register and for more details. 




Last Modified on May 22, 2020