Mental Health

Information and insights to help you better understand and treat a wide array mental or behavioral health conditions

  • Don’t be afraid to seek mental health care

    Don’t be afraid to seek mental health care

    During this Minority Mental Health Awareness Month, we offer information about where you can find help and how you can take time out for yourself.

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  • Project Echo: Delivering advanced dementia care to rural communities

    Project Echo: Delivering advanced dementia care to rural communities

    Primary care providers in Alaska are partnering with dementia experts to increase health equity and access in rural areas.

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  • The power of self-talk: Cat Zingano's 7 tips to deal with high-pressure moments

    The power of self-talk: Cat Zingano's 7 tips to deal with high-pressure moments

    Bellator fighter, Cat Zingano, shares 7 tips on how to handle high-pressure situations.

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  • Understanding post-traumatic stress disorder

    Understanding post-traumatic stress disorder

    Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) occurs after traumatic events and circumstances. Learn how to recognize its signs and strategies that help you cope.

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  • “Promise to Talk” about mental health to improve health and quality of life in our communities

    “Promise to Talk” about mental health to improve health and quality of life in our communities

    The “Promise to Talk” Initiative, part of Each Mind Matters Orange County, uses bright green benches to encourage open, honest conversations about mental health.

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  • New research brings hope for detecting and preventing Alzheimer’s disease

    New research brings hope for detecting and preventing Alzheimer’s disease

    A new blood test to detect Alzheimer’s disease is on the horizon, and recent research shows how you can lower your risk for the disease.

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  • Things to say or do when a loved one is experiencing suicidal thoughts

    Things to say or do when a loved one is experiencing suicidal thoughts

    15 steps to take to help and support someone experiencing suicidal thoughts.

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  • Recognizing the warning signs of suicide

    Recognizing the warning signs of suicide

    Friends and family may be the first to see the warning signs of suicide. Learn more about when to seek help.

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  • Debunking commons myths about suicide

    Debunking commons myths about suicide

    Let’s set the record straight on some common myths about suicide.

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  • Conditions that can put your loved one at higher risk for suicide

    Conditions that can put your loved one at higher risk for suicide

    Several internal and external factors may put your loved one at risk for suicide. Learn more.

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  • Work2BeWell National Student Advisory Council applications open through May 16

    Work2BeWell National Student Advisory Council applications open through May 16

    Work2BeWell is searching for students passionate about mental health to join their National Student Advisory Board

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  • Protecting your mental health from global stresses

    Protecting your mental health from global stresses

    Providence Chief Executive of Behavior Health Robin Henderson shares how to protect your mental health in the face of global problems.

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  • Students celebrate progress in advocating for mental health

    Students celebrate progress in advocating for mental health

    Students gathered for the annual Work2BeWell Teen Mental Health Summit, featuring initiatives they started in schools and a keynote by Haley Hardcastle.

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  • One woman’s story: Staying grounded, resilient in adversity

    One woman’s story: Staying grounded, resilient in adversity

    Chrys Nguyen credits her upbringing and frame of mind in staying grounded during life’s challenges. Read her story and celebrate Women’s History Month.

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  • Is your teen getting enough sleep? How parents can help.

    Is your teen getting enough sleep? How parents can help.

    Teens need 8-10 hours of sleep but most aren’t getting it. Discover the impact lack of sleep can have on mental well-being and emotional health.

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  • A worthy celebration: Teen mental wellness

    A worthy celebration: Teen mental wellness

    Celebrate World Teen Mental Wellness Day with these helpful resources to keep your teen feeling their best.

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  • The SJCPF and Providence make an investment in local communities

    The SJCPF and Providence make an investment in local communities

    Investments are part of SJCPF’s new Community Capacity Initiative, which is tied to Providence’s mission of supporting the health of the communities it serves.

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  • Providence leaders host a discussion on climate anxiety

    Providence leaders host a discussion on climate anxiety

    A discussion between executives and students about the importance of mental health around climate anxiety.

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  • Better Outcomes Thru Bridges (BOB) Programs

    Better Outcomes Thru Bridges (BOB) Programs

    The Better Outcomes thru Bridges (BOB) Programs focus on serving some of our community’s most vulnerable and underserved people.

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  • Talk2BeWell: Teens discuss suicide and mental wellness

    Talk2BeWell: Teens discuss suicide and mental wellness

    The Talk2BeWell podcast brings teens across the country together to discuss mental health topics, including suicide prevention and ways to ask for support.

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