Facing Our Fear

"But I'm afraid." Working in mental health, I hear that regularly. But over the last year, it's something I hear much more frequently, sometimes even daily. Fear is a basic human survival tool. A perceived threat triggers the emotion, signaling our bodies to respond to the danger with a fight or flight response. It is an essential reaction to keep us safe.

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Giving Tuesday Results

December 9, 2019 The 2019 Giving Tuesday Campaign was a success! Together, we raised over $1,800 to provide affordable mental health care to those in need. New this year, we rolled…

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