Awareness is Year Round
May has been observed as Mental Health Awareness Month since 1949. the nation has taken this month of spring to relay important messages and offer help those lose facing mental and behavioral health issues.
However, as a nation and individually we face these issues all year round.
See the recent New York Times opinion article regarding mental health by clicking here. And become a part of the conversation online with MHF.
You may join us in spreading news and information regarding these issues as we post them to our website and daily on our Facebook account.
Just as important as aiding those who need it, is the fight against the stigma of mental health.
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Dr. Herbert Pardes, a seminal figure in mental health for decades presented a momentous address about the status of mental health care today and what lies ahead ate a recent NYC event hosted by the Mental Health Foundation and the Institute for Behavioral Healthcare Improvements.
Check out our online forum to take part in the discussion and learn more.
Our sincere thanks to Dr. Herbert Pardes, Executive Vice Chair of New York Presbyterian Hospital in New York City, for his remarks.
There will be materials made available to attendees and other interested parties before Thanksgiving.