One in five people in the U.S. will experience a mental illness during their lifetime, right now, we are all facing unique challenges that are impacting our mental health. Sheltering in place, social isolation, loss of income is the devastating fallout from an uncertain and anxiety-filled time caused by the COVID-19 pandemic began. Americans are struggling with mental health during COVID-19 and many turn to unhealthy habits to cope.

May is Mental Health Awareness Month
has been promoted by Mental Health America since 1949 with their mission statement: “Our work is driven by our commitment to promoting mental health as a critical part of overall wellness….”  Learn more about Mental Health Awareness Month from Mental Health America and download the 2020 Mental Health Month Toolkit.