May is National Mental Health Awareness Month

 During National Mental Health Awareness Month, we will be bringing you stories and updates and tips for your own daily wellness. All of our information is provided by licensed clinicians or via governmental health-research statistics.

Meanwhile, the National Alliance on Mental Illness says there are multiple of ways in which all of us can spread mental health awareness every day. 

Here are the top 3:

-Learn about mental health—educate yourself and others

-See the person and not the illness

-Spread the word about the need for less stigma and more treatment.

 Note: Information on this website and blog is informational only and does not constitute clinical intervention or substitute for treatment by a licensed clinician.

 

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We welcome the opportunity to work with the media.

Please note it is our policy that all media inquiries regarding any and all Lahey Health Behavioral Services must be made through the Department of Public Relations. Any representative from the media, including but not limited to film crews, reporters, producers, and photographers, must be accompanied by a representative from the Department of Public Relations.

While we must abide by federal HIPAA (patient privacy) laws, we will do everything we can to help you tell your story, meet your deadline and find qualified sources to speak to the issues of mental health, addiction treatment, family services and integrated care models.

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781.744.9665

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