It has been great to witness the upturn in mental health awareness over the past few years with more business leaders, celebrities and even the royal family talking about the issue.
"The Local Mental Health Authority", Behavioral Health Center of Nueces County (BHCNC)" aims at providing services and support to the individuals who are living with mental illness.
May month is known as Mental Health Awareness Month, also as Mental Health Month, dedicated to educating the public about the realms and reality of mental illnesses. But it's clear that there is still more to do to ensure we transform this increased awareness into actions that create more supportive and open working environments. And whilst we will regularly take care of our physical health by watching what we eat and drink and exercising regularly, not enough of us will pay attention to or make the time for looking after our mental health.
"Stress is caused by so many things in our lives, things like debt, housing problems - sometimes it's about our own pressure we put on ourselves, whether it's pressure to do well in our education, or pressure to look good, or pressure at work, so there's lots of factors that give us stress in our lives".More news: Sporting Lisbon's Bas Dost injured by hooded training ground attackers
Spirit FM is asking for an extra minute of your time for mental health.
"Radio is coming together in a United Kingdom first today to shine a light on the important issue of mental health".
Every year, one in four people in the United Kingdom will experience a mental health problem, according to mental health charity Mind.
One employer taking action on mental health is WHSmith. Mental health conditions are real, and a common problem that is treatable.More news: Scotland rejects key Brexit bill sparking fears of constitutional crisis
MA 211 - 2-1-1 is a free referral and information helpline that connects people to a wide range of health and human services, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
A poll by The Handmade Fair, the ultimate creative day out by Kirstie Allsopp, has just found that 75 per cent of Brits believe crafting can benefit mental health or wellbeing, with a quarter of crafters saying it had helped them deal with a mental health issue such as depression or anxiety.
All of this work is underpinned by a significant financial commitment of £150 million over five years. So if you, or someone you know, feel that talking could help with any worries you have about mental health, these numbers might be useful.More news: Convicted For Running SIMI Arms Training Camp In Kerala In 2007