“Our minds, our rights”
October 10 is World Mental Health Day!
This year’s Mental Health Day theme is that “mental health is a universal right.” Mental health is vital to our well-being and how we function in our daily lives. 1 in 8 people globally are living with a mental health condition. When your mental health is unwell, there’s a chain reaction: your physical body can ache, you may be less likely to interact with others, and it affects your daily life.
Struggling with your mental health or being diagnosed is NEVER something to be ashamed of. Interstaff wants to support you and your overall well-being. If you are feeling down, depressed, anxious, overwhelmed, or need someone to talk to, we are here for YOU.
Here is a list of resources available to you and your family to promote mental well-being.
- First Stop Health
- Free, confidential counseling sessions for you and your family.
- If you have trouble creating a login, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Wellness Meeting
- Free, confidential meeting with Shannon, Interstaff Wellness Manager, to learn about caring for yourself when you aren’t feeling yourself!
- 988 Lifeline
- Free, confidential 24/7 hotline to call or text with a trained professional about suicide or thoughts of being unable to continue.
The World Health Organization (WHO) also provides free educational resources here.
You are not alone. Stay well!