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May is Mental Health Awareness Month — making it the perfect time to consider how to get help working through life’s circumstances.

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“It’s not a sign of weakness to ask for help. It’s really a sign of strength.” - Heather J.

When Heather struggled with the tragic loss of her husband, Mission Health’s Behavioral Health Outpatient Program stepped in to help her navigate this difficult and unexpected circumstance.

If you’re struggling, the program will meet you where you’re at — holistically supporting you through mental health circumstances including:

  • Life transitions
  • Stress
  • Depression
  • Grief + loss
  • Anger management
  • Trauma
  • Anxiety
  • Suicide prevention
  • And more

See Heather’s story + learn more

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