During the celebration of Black History Month, we take this opportunity to shine a spotlight on the remarkable resilience and unwavering commitment of Black peer recovery specialists, peer counselors, and recovery coaches. These individuals embody the spirit of hope and understanding as they navigate the complexities of mental health and substance use challenges. In our […]
I DIDN’T SHOWER FOR WEEKS… I remember when I couldn’t drive, when I couldn’t work, when I couldn’t sleep by myself out of fear, when I couldn’t get out of bed, and when panic attacks plagued me from waking up to going to sleep. Anxiety and depression had taken control, consuming every aspect of my […]
Jager Dillon Hill was not someone you could meet and easily forget.
Flordan “Flo” Bazile, a UMass Dartmouth student, has tragically passed away in what authorities have described as an “apparent suicide,” as disclosed by the Bristol County District Attorney’s Office.
Dr. Antoinette “Bonnie” Candia-Bailey’s tragic passing was attributed to distress stemming from what has been described as “bullying and severe mistreatment” after disclosing her mental illness she faced bullying.
Many times, individuals assert phrases such as “Therapy doesn’t work” or “I talk to my friend, I don’t need a therapist” without fully considering the diverse benefits and professional support that therapy can provide. There are misconceptions surrounding the purpose and nature of therapy. Contrary to the belief, therapy is not simply venting — it […]
A social network is vital to your well-being, especially when you live with a mental health condition. Organizations such as the National Alliance On Mental Illness and Depression Bipolar Support Alliance host free support groups where people can connect and support others. Here To Help offers ten tips to help you build a support system. […]
Alicia Hawkins-Porter (35), faced life head-on with a spirit that never backed down. Her smile lit up every room, and her energy was just contagious.