Two years after tornadoes, MHRB continues to help people cope
Memorial Day weekend is a national reminder of those lost in the line of duty. Locally, it also bears reminders of other recent tragedies – including the Memorial Day tornadoes that touched down in Montgomery, Greene and Miami counties in 2019. As the area continues to heal, MHRB is working to improve community readiness to respond to future events.
What to do when life gets taxing
As you’re breathing a sigh of relief after filing your taxes, you might feel more overwhelmed than usual. Like taxes, stress and anxiety can accumulate at the end of the year. If ignored or glossed over, the additional burden continually takes a toll as we go about our daily lives.
MHRB highlights school programs during National Prevention Week
It’s never too early to prevent mental health and substance use problems, and MHRB focuses on prevention early in life – in part by working with local school districts to implement evidence-based prevention (EBP) programming. In other words, practices that we know work. During National Prevention Week, which is observed May 9-15 this year, MHRB is highlighting the different ways schools in Clark, Greene & Madison Counties are working to keep kids and their communities healthy.
MHRB offers free suicide prevention training to public on May 20
May 20, Mental Health Recovery Board of Clark, Greene & Madison Counties (MHRB) is offering Question-Persuade-Refer (QPR) suicide prevention virtual training to adults in Greene County. While suicide remains a complex, tragic outcome in our community, promoting connection and support to people at risk for suicide is a powerful life-saving intervention.
Mother’s Day a celebration for some, challenging for others
“Mother’s Day carries expectations for mothers of all stages and backgrounds, which in itself can be a heavy burden. We recognize those who are struggling on Mother’s Day, for any reason, and are here to support you,” said Dr. Greta Mayer, CEO of MHRB.