Mental Health Month

Mental Health America has been leading the observance of May as Mental Health Month since 1949. We are joining their efforts to spread the important message that mental health is something everyone should care about. The theme for 2019 builds on the theme of #4Mind4Body by exploring such topics as animal companionship, spirituality, humor, work-life balance, and recreation and social connections as ways to boost mental health and general wellness.

We have included many resources from Mental Health America below as well as articles and resources from Boys Town experts

Books and Resources from Boys Town Press

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Blogs and Articles from Boys Town Experts

2018 Top Parenting Questions - Boys Town National Hotline

Boys Town's Unique Approach to Mental Health - And What that Means to You

Is extremely off-putting behavior a sign of mental illness?

How parents can prevent teenage self-harm

Teens are more stressed and anxious, but they don't know why. Here's how parents can help

Stop Self-Harm. Resources for Parents and Teens.

OCD: When Rituals and Routines Get in the Way

When Kids Don't Want to Go To School

 

Mental Health America Resources

Fact Sheets & Posters:

Animal Companionship

Humor

Social Connections and Recreation

Spirituality and Religion

Work-Life Balance

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