Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health Awareness Month aims to raise awareness about and reduce the stigma surrounding mental health. "Mental health is an incredibly important part of overall health. With a growing number of Americans experiencing mental health symptoms, we need to join together to advocate for improving our nation's mental health care system." (nami.org)

Honor Mental Health Awareness Month with these materials, resources, and events.

Library Events

Living Well in Difficult Times on May 31 at the Langley Library

Checkerspot Online Nonfiction Book Group- Big Magic on June 2

Booklists

Mental Health Memoirs

Mental Health Awareness

Writing and Journaling for Self-Care

Living with Trauma

Stress: Teens are Feeling it, too

It's Okay to Not Be Okay

Online Resources

Consumer Health Complete- Learn more about various mental health conditions with this library database.

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