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5 Tips for Coping with Lockdowns and Shelter in Place Orders

Christian Burgess, Director of the Disaster Distress Helpline (an MHA-NYC-administered program), shares his five tips for coping with a lockdown or a shelter in place order. See the 5 tips here.

You Can “#BeThe1To Prevent Suicide”: A National Call to Action

Dr. John Draper discusses the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline's campaign, #BeThe1To, for next month's Suicide Prevention Month. Find out how you can participate in the “#BeThe1To” campaign here.

Newest #WriteOnSarah: Heading Off To College With The Wrong Diagnosis

"The issue is kids have the same, or similar, symptoms when they have ADHD or anxiety. Because my mom and my sister have ADHD it seemed logical that I would have ADHD too. I don’t have ADHD. But being misdiagnosed with it changed the trajectory of my life." Click here to read the rest of Sarah's blog about Tess' mental health journey.

MHA-NYC Takes the 22-Pushup Challenge to Raise Awareness About Veterans' Mental Health

In response to an organization called 22Kill, which is looking to rack up 22 million push-ups to raise awareness about the 22 veterans who die by suicide every single day, MHA-NYC staff came together to do 242 push-ups for the challenge. We're proud to continue our work in veterans' mental health in NYC and across the United States. Check out the video here or look at the photos here.

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