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  • Thank you, to you our mental health workers!

    Thank You, Mental Healthcare Workers
    May is Mental Health Month, and seeing all that is happening in the world, there is no better time to prioritize mental wellness.

    During these unprecedented times, it is the essential workers who are getting us though this pandemic, working hard to make sure we are staying in a good place mentally through these trying times. They are our mental health workers.

    We want to take this time to sincerely thank our doctors, nurses, therapists, social workers, behavioral health specialists and other caregivers who work together, consulting and relying on each other to give the best possible care to our patients. They are working tirelessly to treat, assist and facilitate behavioral health services for those who need it and consistently monitor their progress.

    Along with our medical personnel, our support staff have been amazing at allowing us to continue helping our patients. From keeping our facility clean to providing our patients and staff with warm meals, thank you! Your work has not gone unnoticed as we would not be able to function if it were not for all you do.

    One in five people in the U.S. will experience a mental illness during their lifetime. Right now, however, we are all facing unique challenges that are impacting our mental health. Sheltering in place, social distancing and isolation and the loss of a job or income, are the devastating effects from an already uncertain time.

    If you are struggling, please check out our blog on ways to help manage anxiety and stress.

    Now, more than ever, we need to find ways to stay connected with our community. No one should feel alone or without the information, support and help they need.

    If you would like to speak to someone about better managing your stress and anxiety, or to make an appointment, please call (717) 782-6493 for more information.

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