Transitions Mental Health Program at Three Rivers Medical Center is celebrating May as Mental Health Month. The theme for this year’s celebration is “Live Your Life Well”. This challenges us to promote health and wellness in schools, communities and homes and inform those who don’t believe it is attainable.
Mental Health America created the “Live Your Life Well” campaign to increase the number of people who take action to protect their mental health, both in the face of ongoing stress and in times of great personal challenge.
Transitions, the region’s Center of Excellence in mental health care, has outpatient and inpatient therapies designed to help the individual as well as the family members’ with the stresses and demands of everyday life. The staff understands what patients and the families are going through and want to help everyone involved in feeling better as soon as possible.
To celebrate Mental Health Month, Transitions will be holding a free education event for the public. The topic of the discussion will be Relapse Awareness and Reduction Strategies with schizophrenia. The dinner event will be held on Tuesday, May 25 at 6:00 p.m. and will be held at the Lawrence County Community Center on Bulldog Lane, Louisa.
Transitions has provided treatment for mental health and substance abuse to more than 10,000 individuals.
For free registration to the event or for more information on the programs, call Transitions Mental Health Program at (606) 638-1222.