Five Ways to Fight the Stigma Around Mental Illness

With 1 in 5 adults in the United States living with a mental illness, and half of all chronic mental illnesses beginning by age 14, it’s important we offer support and guidance in place of judgement and negativity.* If you or a loved one are living with a mental illness, take a look at five […]

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College depression: What parents need to know

College depression is a common problem. Understand why the transition to college makes young adults vulnerable to depression — and what you can do about it. By Mayo Clinic Staff The emotional transition to college can be challenging for young adults. More college students are struggling with depression than in the past. Learn how to […]

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About the Drop-in Centers

Adult Drop-in Centers are for individuals 18 years of age or older who are living with Mental Illness. The Drop-in Center provides a place for individuals to come and spend time with peers in planned activities and groups. Our staff is also available to assist with connecting to resources and services. The Drop-in Centers are […]

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Supporting family or friends with mental health conditions – Workshop!

NAMI Family-to-Family Workshop For family, significant others and friends of people with mental health conditions September 9,2019 through November 25, 2019 6:30pm to 9:00pm Christ the King Catholic Church Parish Hall 315 Fern St. N., Cambridge, MN 55008 Free but registration required. See below. NAMI Family-to-Family is a free, 12-session educational program for family, significant […]

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At the Fair! Learn about Mental Health, Medicare, and being Age-Friendly!

Fair goers can learn about mental health, Medicare, & making Minnesota more Age-Friendly The Minnesota Board on Aging and the Minnesota Department of Human Services will be at the Minnesota State Fair this year with helpful information on a wide range of topics, including mental health, Medicare, caregiving, making Minnesota a more-age friendly state and […]

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FREE training on Managing Stress

Kanabec County Community Health invites you to register for this free training that will help you grow personally and professionally from challenging moments! When it Hits the Fan: Navigating Mistakes & High Stress Moments Mistakes. Failure. Health problems. Divorce. Break ups. Bankruptcy. Foreclosure. Eviction. Recovery. Accidents. Sometimes our life and work just hits the fan. […]

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How can you Make a Difference?

Mental Health First Aid Training! Open to everyone. Please share the information about this FREE training with anyone you think may be interested. Why should you or someone you know take the Mental Health First Aid training? Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and […]

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