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MHRB announces CIT Officer of the Year award winners

MHRB today announced the recipients of its annual Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Officer of the Year Award. This special recognition is given to one law enforcement officer from each county of MHRB’s service area who demonstrates exceptional use of their CIT training.

Managing end of school year stress in teens

April is National Stress Awareness Month, and Mental Health Recovery Board of Clark, Greene & Madison Counties (MHRB) is sharing tips on how to manage a particularly stressful time of year for parents and teens: End-of-year testing season.

MHRB asks businesses to join in Mental Health Month campaign

This month, MHRB is asking employers, business leaders and community partners to join its campaign to change this culture of silence around mental health, titled, “Be brave. Talk about mental health.”

MHRB launches Mental Health Month campaign, toolkit

Mental Health Recovery Board of Clark, Greene & Madison Counties (MHRB) today announced the launch of a new awareness campaign for Mental Health Month in May. The campaign theme, “Be brave. Talk about mental health.” aims to normalize the discussion of mental health in public and private conversations using fictional and personal storytelling to reduce stigma.

How COVID-19 is impacting employee mental health (and why you should care)

It’s easy to see how COVID-19 impacts our personal lives—maybe it changed your kids’ school schedule, shortened your daily commute, or limited your gatherings with family and friends. But it may be more challenging to decipher how COVID-19 affects our work lives.

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