NEW DAY PROCLAMATION | NATIONAL DAY OF FORGIVENESS – September 27 NATIONAL DAY OF FORGIVENESS Forgiveness is a potent tool on a journey of spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical health. […]
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on September 27th, National Day of Forgiveness encourages us to develop realistic methods for incorporating forgiveness in our lives.
Every year nearly 17 million people who need treatment don't seek it. On September 22nd, National Online Recovery Day reminds us of an alternative approach to substance abuse treatment.
The month provides a platform for services and professionals to educate the public about substance abuse treatments and mental health services.
Self-Injury Awareness Day on March 1st each year focuses on increasing education and support on a misunderstood problem.
September is National Suicide Prevention Month. Also known as Suicide Awareness Month, the month shines a spotlight on a topic not often talked about.
On May 5, National Silence the Shame Day brings an opportunity to continue the conversation about mental health and wellness and erase the stigma associated with mental illness.
Self–Care Awareness Month in September is a time to remind us that taking care of ourselves, first and foremost, is essential. Self-care is often neglected in our everyday lives.
National Shut-In Visitation Day on February 11th serves as a reminder to bring some cheerful company to people who are unable to leave their homes.
National Lumpy Rug Day on May 3rd each year takes two approaches to celebrating.