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The Nebraska 2017-2021 State Health Improvement Plan (SHIP)- Depression and Suicide Priority, is looking to highlight agencies that promote social, emotional well-being among Nebraskans.
Mental health holds a heavy stigma. This is exemplified by just how many people are suffering from symptoms and do not reach out for help. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness(NAMI), the average delay between onset of mental health symptoms and intervention is 8 to 10 years.
A recent Gallup poll found that 8 out of 10 Americans feel frequently stressed. What if a walk could alleviate some of those stressors?
How can we keep our kids worry free and avoid pressing our personal fears and anxieties onto our kids?
Heading back to school after winter break may not be the most exciting time for children, but for those who have experienced bullying, it can be a very stressful time. Most kids have been teased by a friend or sibling at some time and both find it playful or funny.
Not all New Year’s resolutions focus on finances, weight, and general health; some extend to mental health as well.
Another great year has come and is almost gone! In 2018, The Kim Foundation celebrated many great moments. Here are just a few memories from the year...
Every time we hear our favorite song, we get a rush of familiarity and pleasure and may even tap our toes or snap our fingers to the beat. We may even sing the tune as it plays! What we may not notice are the wonderful internal effects music can have on our health, well-being, and