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CHCS Foundation Blog

FORBES:  Mental Health: The New Leadership Imperative

   As mental health issues increasingly take center stage, ignoring employee mental health becomes synonymous with, as a recent article from the Stanford Social Innovation Review puts it, “ignoring the well-being…

In Case You Missed It: Mental Health Series

Welcome to our new blog series, In Case You Missed It: Mental Health. In this series we bring you a collection of current media highlights about Mental Health.

Disclosing My Mental Health Condition at Work

When living with a mental health condition, chances are, you will have to face the decision of whether or not to tell others at work. Typically, the reason for disclosure…

Mental Health Awareness Training at Morgan’s Wonderland with The MAC Team

Mental health first aid teaches about recovery and resilience. The belief is that individuals experiencing these challenges can get better and use their strengths to stay well. When you take…

Five Steps To Better Sleep

The National Sleep Foundation stresses that adults need seven to nine hours of sleep per night, and any less could pose serious consequences to a person’s health and safety. Sleep…

Helping A Loved One That Self Harms

It's important to understand that self-harm or self-injury does not involve a conscious intent to die by suicide - and as such, the clinical term for this behavior is called Non-Suicidal…

Benefits of Mental Health Awareness Training At Work

Reduces stigma. Knowledge trumps discrimination. Learning about mental health awareness will challenge misconceptions and debunk myths about mental illness. Mental illness is still poorly understood in society, so the better…

New Year, Better Mental Health

Open up to more people in your life. Finding a space to share your feelings and worries is a great way to improve your mental health. When you express what…

How To Support Coworkers With A Mental Health Diagnosis

Create Ally Leadership. If you’re in a leadership role, you have incredible power to create change in your organization. Create a social experience for team members to talk about their experience…

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