May is. Take care of yourself. You matter. Resources are available nationally and within our community. You can find hep and resources here.
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Proud my bill to improve campus mental health unanimously passed thetoday.
As we recover from the pandemic, it is critical that we help colleges meet the mental health needs of our students, so they can lead healthy & successful lives.
It’s important to prioritize your mental health. During, remember that you do not deserve to suffer in silence. Let's bring awareness to the importance of mental health, ending the stigma, and seeking support.
It'sand I'm working with my colleagues on to find ways to improve mental health outcomes.
I'm glad to announce that my bill to incorporate psychiatric care in primary care settings passed through committee.
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1 in 5 people experience a mental health condition.
Taking care of your mental health is important and Idahoans can find resources to help them do that.
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May is– a time to break the stigma around mental health, recognize the importance of people being able to get the help that they need, and work to make mental health care available to everyone.
Today our Mental Health Caucus was pleased to meet w/ Miriam Delphin-Rittmon, Asst Sec for Mental Health and Substance Use at. I thank & others who joined our timely discussion on all the critical MH issues facing our communities.
During, take some time to take account of yourself and check in on others. We’ve got to end the stigma.
You can find local mental health programs and services here:
Trauma extends beyond the impact & no person, especially a child, should ever have to carry that weight alone. Today, I introduced legislation to ensure every student has strong, reliable, & accessible support services at school
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May is, a good reminder that every child in school should have access to mental health resources. and I introduced a bill to support mental health care providers in elementary and secondary schools across the country. Let's get it passed!