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Raising Mental Health Awareness

NAMIWalks Event

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FPHSA joined the movement to raise awareness of mental illness and raise funds for the mission to help individuals and families by participating in the inaugural NAMIWalks St. Tammany event at the Mandeville Lakefront on Saturday, May 13th.

Please click "read more" for more information.

 

 

Happy Nurses Week

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FPHSA would like to thank our nurses for all of the hard work and dedication that they devote to those we serve and to their treatment teams every day. Your sincerity in caring for people is demonstrated by your tenacity in meeting the needs of those we serve and performing to the best of your ability. We encourage everyone to let our nurses know how much they are appreciated not just this week but every day. (Click the picture above or click here for more information)

Thanks for all you do!

Work on Your Wellness

31 Ways to Work on your Wellness

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Click "Read More" to discover 31 ways to work on your wellness. This is a great resource to share with your family and friends.

MAY 1-7 IS NATIONAL CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WEEK

"Finding Help, Finding Hope"

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National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week is May 1-7, 2017. FPHSA values educating people about children’s mental health, advocating to improve services, and celebrating all the work that has been done in the past! We celebrate the hope and strength of children, youth and families.

Click "Read More" for more information. 

MAY IS MENTAL HEALTH MONTH

"Risky Business"

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When you or someone you love is coping with compromised mental health it can be a lot to handle. It’s important to remember that good mental health is essential to everyone’s well-being, and mental illnesses are common but are also treatable. It is important to remember that people experience symptoms of mental illnesses differently—and some engage in potentially dangerous or risky behaviors to avoid or cover up symptoms. 

Click "Read More" to learn about the behaviors or habits that could be a sign of mental health problems. 

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