Tag: mental health

Prevention Spotlight: Worried About Your Friend?

| January 6, 2020
Prevention Spotlight: Worried About Your Friend?

If you’ve noticed someone in your life showing signs of a mental or substance use disorder, the first thing you should do is talk to them. It’s not an easy conversation, but it could be exactly the encouragement they need to seek help.

By using one of these conversation starters, you can open the door to a judgment-free zone where they’ll feel valued, supported, and listened to.

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Stronger as One

| September 30, 2018
Stronger as One

Advancing a culture of knowledge and empathy for mental health.

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Walk to Fight Suicide

| September 2, 2018
Walk to Fight Suicide

Registration is now open for the 2018 Flagstaff Out of the Darkness Community Walk. Please join American Foundation for Suicide Prevention on September 22nd at Buffalo Park as we walk to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide. It’s free to register, so get started today!

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Walk to Fight Suicide

| August 19, 2018
Walk to Fight Suicide

Registration is now open for the 2018 Flagstaff Out of the Darkness Community Walk. Please join American Foundation for Suicide Prevention on September 22nd at Buffalo Park as we walk to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide. It’s free to register, so get started today!

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Stronger as One

| August 5, 2018
Stronger as One

Advancing a culture of knowledge and empathy for mental health.

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A Call to Be the Voice

| August 1, 2016
A Call to Be the Voice

The NACA Circles of Care team is seeking 4 Native American individuals ages 16-25 willing to be the face of our Social Marketing Campaign.

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A Call to Be the Voice

| July 25, 2016
A Call to Be the Voice

The NACA Circles of Care team is seeking 4 Native American individuals ages 16-25 willing to be the face of our Social Marketing Campaign.

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Reminder- Discussion: Native American Youth Mental Health

| February 15, 2016
Reminder- Discussion: Native American Youth Mental Health

Circles of Care is asking all mental health providers and mental health supportive services to join a roundtable discussion on Native American Youth Mental Health. Read more…

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Discussion: Native American Youth Mental Health

| February 7, 2016
Discussion: Native American Youth Mental Health

Circles of Care is asking all mental health providers and mental health supportive services to join a roundtable discussion on Native American Youth Mental Health. Read more…

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Benefits of Yoga for Psychosocial Well-Being in a US High School Curriculum

| August 31, 2015
Benefits of Yoga for Psychosocial Well-Being in a US High School Curriculum

Considering yoga’s stress-busting effects, one would think that high-schoolers might benefit from the practice. And now, a study shows that yoga does confer benefits to teens.

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