Mental Health, Trauma, & Resilience
May 7, 2024

Mental Health Awareness Month

Prioritizing Well-being Together

May marks the beginning of Mental Health Awareness Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness, reducing stigma, and fostering support for mental health issues. At Resource Training & Solutions, we recognize the importance of prioritizing mental well-being, not just this month, but every day.

In today’s fast-paced world, it's easy to overlook the significance of mental health. However, it's essential to remember that mental well-being is just as important as physical health. As an organization committed to supporting our community, we believe in providing resources and fostering conversations that promote mental wellness.

Resource Training & Solutions remains committed to offering various initiatives to support mental well-being:

Educational Workshops: Check out our upcoming workshops focused on understanding and managing stress, building resilience, and promoting self-care techniques.

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Networking Opportunities: Our Mental Health Network is designed for school and county mental health professionals or related positions to come together to collaborate, share ideas, develop professionally, and stay current on resources that help students be successful in school, at home, and in the community.

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Collaborative Efforts: Resource collaborates with local mental health organizations and professionals to expand our reach and provide comprehensive support and learning opportunities to our region.

At Resource Training & Solutions, we believe that mental health is a vital component of overall well-being. By coming together as a community and prioritizing mental wellness, we can create a supportive environment where everyone feels valued, heard, and supported.

Remember, it's okay not to be okay, and seeking help is a sign of strength, not weakness. Together, let's break the stigma and prioritize mental health every day. Join us this Mental Health Awareness Month as we work together to promote mental well-being and create a healthier, happier community for all.

For More Information:

To learn more about our programs and services visit our website or contact Megan Perry, Regional Social Worker at

To learn more about Mental Health Awareness Month visit the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) webpage.