May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Written on May 13, 2021

Check in on your mental health with an anonymous screening.

This past year has been really hard.

The COVID-19 crisis has had an effect on many people’s mental health.

You or your loved one might need professional help.

You might even be showing symptoms of a treatable mental health issue. May is Mental Health Awareness Month.

Check in on your mental health with a quick, anonymous screening at wecarepeople.org/screening

The cost for screenings are covered by public funding. It’s yours to use whenever you want a check-in. You can also take a screening on behalf of a loved one.
Screenings are offered for:

.Depression

.Generalized Anxiety Disorder

.Adolescent Depression

.Bipolar Disorder

.Alcohol Use Disorder

.Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

.Eating Disorder

For immediate help or resources, call the 24/7 Hopeline at 1-800-567-4673. You can also text 741 741.

The Mental Health & Recovery Services Board of Allen, Auglaize, and Hardin Counties is focusing on the continued impact of the COVID-19 crisis on our mental health for Mental Health Awareness Month.

You can find more local resources on our website at wecarepeople.org


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