Grand Casino Hinckley receives NAMI Minnesota’s Employer of the Year Award!

Staff members of Grand Casino Hinckley accepted NAMI Minnesota’s Employer of the Year Award. Grand Casino honored for providing employees with mental health education, resources Full article: Kanabec County Times http://www.moraminn.com/news/grand-casino-honored-for-providing-employees-with-mental-health-education/article_a907e522-f34b-11e8-91c3-777dabc7c6ae.html By KATHLEEN TAUERacThe National Alliance on Mental Illness—Minnesota presented Grand Casino – Hinckley with its Employer of the Year Award at its Annual Conference, […]

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Drop-in Center craft projects

Pictured are some of the great projects taking place at the Drop-in Centers this week. Stop in and see what’s up! Click here to check out our calendar http://adultmentalhealth.org/drop-in-center-calendar/

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December Drop-in Center Activities

Stop-in Drop-in! Share with your friends! Check out our December schedule! We have planned many fun activities including stamping cards, making Christmas crafts and ornaments, pot lucks, and games in addition to our regular illness and anxiety management activities. Adult Drop-in Centers are for individuals 18 years of age or older who are living with […]

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You Can’t Outrun PTSD

From Mental Health First Aid By Mary Johnson on November 15, 2018 https://www.mentalhealthfirstaid.org/2018/11/you-cant-outrun-ptsd/ “So many men and women who served our country did so much more than me and were in so much more danger than I was on my four-month tour. I can’t have PTSD, I told myself, because I didn’t earn it.” Like […]

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December 4th Join Us for DESTINY

Register NOW for the December 4 DESTINY Conversation Please Join Us! Everyone is welcome and YOU can make a difference! We are working together to become a community where families and individuals living with a mental illness feel welcomed and supported. During the December 4 Conversation we will use information and input from the Discovery, […]

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Our Destiny – December 4 – Join us!

LIKE & SHARE. Please Join Us! Everyone is welcome. You can make a difference! Healing cannot take place alone. We are building a community where families and individuals living with a mental illness feel welcomed and supported. On November 19th we discussed desired outcomes that are ‘provocative’, stretching the norms, yet grounded in designing a […]

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November Calendar

Check out the November Calendar. Some of the activities include: Pilgrims/Puritans Culture & Cooking! Positive Affirmation Jars Games Illness Management & Recovery Anxiety Management and more…. 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 […]

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November 19 – DESIGN – Join Us!

LIKE & SHARE. Please Join Us! Everyone is welcome. Healing cannot take place alone. You can make a difference! We are working together to become a community where families and individuals living with a mental illness feel welcomed and supported. On November 5th we talked about how we can design a supportive system with our […]

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Science Museum of Minnesota | Mental Health: Mind Matters

NOW OPEN at the Science Museum! Join this momentous conversation about raising awareness of mental health and help increase understanding that mental illnesses are real, common, and treatable. Let’s talk about the power of speaking up. This groundbreaking exhibition aims to build a greater understanding of the importance of mental health and create a safe […]

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5 Get-Positive Techniques From Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can help you out-think negative patterns that may be keeping you from depression recovery — and from enjoying life. An article from Every Day Health By Jennifer Anderson Reviewed by Niya Jones, MD, MPH Negative thinking can slow depression recovery, and the reason is obvious: If you think negative thoughts, you’re […]

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