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New data continues to reveal the mental health toll on youth from COVID-19, social media, mass violence, and the many other challenges kids face every day. Our kids are in crisis. See the report for more.
Mental Health America offers a collection of 31 tips for improving mental health.
Use these tools and tips from Mental Health America to help you get started.
Online screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition.
Welcome to your Be Well Moment. We invite you to take a pause, breathe deep and practice in community with us.
Licensed Clinical Provider Bailey Pyle guides this visualization meditation practice focused on finding our inner strength.
Join Dr. Karen Shipley for a loving kindness meditation practice.
Take a “Be Well Moment" during your day for short, brain breaks rooted in self-care, connection and evidence-based practices.
Dr. Karen Shipley walks us through a mindful meditation practice focused on square breathing.
Dr. Karen Shipley leads a guided meditation, inspired by Mimi Loureiro, as she welcomes us to this moment.
We have learned to develop a plan for emergencies related to physical crises and natural disasters. Our mental health deserves this same preparation. A Be Well Plan outlines what we do when we are in a brain health crisis.
From box breathing to mindful walking, here are some easy tips for everyday challenges.
If you or a loved one is experiencing a mental health or substance-use crisis, please call our toll-free 24-hour telephone line. Our team can help provide immediate assistance.
Southwest Missouri: 1-800-494-7355
Central Missouri: 1-800-395-2132
National Help Line: Call or Text 988