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Since 1949, May has been honored as Mental Health Awareness Month: a recognition of mental health and its impact throughout our country. In 2021, the rate of people seeking mental health services has increased significantly largely due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects. With that in mind, how do we navigate this month differently than before? How do we support our colleagues, friends, and family in May and beyond? Download our guide for actions you can take, plus a curated list of reputable resources for further learning.

Mental Health Awareness Month Guide

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