In celebrating mental health this month, I thought this repost appropriate. I wrote this blog last year and I wanted to revisit these tactics first before I introduce a few new ones next week.
The mission of the MASPC is to inspire our community in preventing suicide and promoting resilience through conversation, education, support, and advocacy. With that mission in mind, the MASPC announced a public service announcement (PSA) video contest for high school students focusing on suicide prevention.
The Kim Foundation is honored to be partnering with ESU3 in leading the Nebraska school mental health initiative. BHECN has provided amazing leadership in this area the past three years and we have a strong foundation to build from...
Celebrities have a whole host of issues to deal with. Sometimes their lives play out on television or social media. While this way of life has its disadvantages as far as privacy goes, we all know the advantages: wealth, fame, and influence. The first two are important, but influence has the potential to help, especially
The use of technology in treating mental health continues to evolve every year. Mental health support through technology can be very simple, but also very effective.
There are so many exciting things happening at The Kim Foundation, and we encourage you to get involved!
Psychological First Aid(PFA) is a training that aims to help people affected by an emergency, disaster, or traumatic event and it includes basic principles of support to promote recovery, both physically and mentally.
Depression is a common, but also serious mood disorder caused by a combination of genetic, biological, environmental, and psychological factors. There are also a number of ways you can help fight off your depression and take care of yourself.
In February, The Kim Foundation was invited to come and speak with the Lincoln Police Department (LPD) during two full weeks of officer in-service trainings to address mental illness and suicide among the police force; both topics that aren’t often discussed.
Driving to work last Wednesday, I heard some dialogue between the hosts on the 96.1 radio show (syndicated from New York) regarding the positive things coming out of the tragic situation in Florida. They put it in a way that so many of us can understand, “The sun is finally coming out after several very