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Thank you Anthony Palomarez for sharing this mental health article which outlines many of the common mental health issues that students are facing today, how they can identify symptoms in themselves or others and features a curated list of resources they can use to seek help. Anthony truly thinks it could help a lot of people, We do too! is a leading senior care resource for family caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses and other loved ones.

May 2022 is Mental Awareness Month
To increase our vigilance of the stressors that youth have been facing in recent times, “Youth Suicide Prevention”. The NJ Hopeline is available 24/7 and is staffed by specially trained mental health support specialists. Additional info at:

According to the CDC, 8% of adults aged 50 and older suffer from depression. Often, the signs of depression go unrecognized because some symptoms mimic aging-related issues. However, if left untreated, depression can lead to serious illnesses and possibly suicide. Fortunately, some assisted living communities are well-versed in caring for those with depression.

Visit this new resource which helps seniors with depression, and their loved ones, learn about the benefits of assisted living and how to choose a senior living community.

May is Children’s Mental Health Awareness Month. The Camden CMO is hosting a virtual event FREE and open to the public (regardless of where you live) in partnership with Dr. S. The event is a Mental-Hop Symposium being held on Thursday, May 5, 2022, starting at 5:00 pm. Registration link below:

For many, retirement can be a jarring life transition. This sudden and dramatic change in how life is lived can put people at risk of developing mental health issues.
RetireGuide – a health and wealth website dedicated to sharing accurate information with people nearing/in retirement has created this in-depth guide, “When Your Golden Years Feel Blue: Recognizing and Battling Depression in the Elderly”, explores how seniors’ mental health can be affected by retirement.

The guide includes:
– Common causes of depression in the elderly
– Signs and symptoms of depression in the elderly
– The impact of COVID-19 on elderly depression
and more.

Before you pack you book those plane tickets and pack your bags!! Take a quick tour to Hollywood North: Virtual Tours in Vancouver.

It’s a one-stop page for all the great places you can visit, from museums to art galleries and more. We are sure this is gonna be a great trip!

Emotional Strength Explained: This self-help book challenges readers to remove the facades and live a more authentic life. Meet Alicia Pozsony, author and a mental health advocate, as she invites us to look inward and then embark on a journey towards real self-discovery!

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