May is Mental Health Month. Though 1 in 5 people will experience mental illness in their lifetime, nearly two thirds will never seek treatment. Together we can help end stigma and educate the public on mental health issues.
You are Not Alone
If you or someone you care about is going through a mental health crisis, don’t hesitate to call a mental health hotline:
Bergen Volunteers Cares about Mental Health
Successful Families encompasses mentoring programs for parents and at-risk youth. We are all affected by the things that happen to us on a daily basis, both the negative and the positive. The Mentoring Moms & Dads and Mentoring Youth programs provide access to solid support systems for those that need them. Mentees can build resilience that not only allows them to overcome obstacles, but also makes it easier to handle future challenges.
To learn more about being matched with a mentor, or even becoming one yourself,
contact Lisa Tredici at email@example.com
Redefining Retirement utilizes the amazing skills and experiences of our retirees, matching their talents and interests to serve our communities. Providing networking, collaborative efforts and training to the non-profit community strengthens our community-wide resources and responds to the physical, social, and mental wellness of others.
To learn more about our Strengthening Community programs,
contact Debbie Emery at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about CHEER and CHORE,
contact the Successful Aging Team at email@example.com.