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Our podcast the Mental Health Download is now on new platforms! Check it out on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, RadioPublic, Anchor, Pocket Casts and Breaker. #somanyplatforms #golisten
Our Mobile Medical Intervention Team is in an exciting time of development! Right now they are planning out program criteria, coordinating with various hospitals in the area and assembling vehicles for the program. We can't wait to see the continued difference they'll be able to make in our community. #nofilter
Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
We love puppies,
And so do you!
Get your tee today for Valentine’s Day! Link in bio. http://ow.ly/loQK30nrZlx
No matter the weather the next six weeks, you can always support our Homeless Outreach team with seasonal care packages. Put together a backpack with hand warmers, socks and mittens or bug spray, socks and sunscreen if spring is around the corner. #groundhogday #alwayssocks
We’re one month into 2019 and we’ve already had 9 QPR sessions and trained over 225 people on how to prevent suicide! Talk about supporting one another in the new year.
Mural in the office of @cityyeartulsa who are rock stars and held their QPR training early in the year!
60 days until Carnivale Rio! Get your tickets today to attend the #bestpartyintown March 30, 2019.
Our name and logo have changed, but our mission and vision have stayed the same. #10yearchallenge #stigmafree #housingfirst
Packed house today at @cityyeartulsa for a QPR Suicide Prevention Training. Thank you for being proactive and equipping your participants and staff with the skills to save a life. #bethechange
“Building communities where marginalized populations are elevated in ways that uplift us all” is not just a philosophy for Judy Kishner, it is a mission statement. Judy was named Tulsan of the Year by TulsaPeople and we could not be more honored to call her a part of the Mental Health Association Family. Thank you for acting out what you believe to make your community a better place for us all. 📸: @tulsapeople
"I hope that my story was able to reach a lot of people and, hopefully, touched a few lives. If it helps save one life, we've done a great job." . Before Jon shared his story during the TOO BIG TO IGNORE campaign in May, he was sometimes afraid to talk about losing his sister, Christin, to suicide. But the campaign gave him the courage to openly talk about the most preventable cause of death. . Your year-end gift to Mental Health Association Oklahoma will help people benefit from our mental health education, support groups, pro bono counseling, mental health screenings and referrals, suicide prevention, peer-to-peer recovery services, employment readiness and mobile medical intervention initiatives. Link in bio to give today.
On this episode of the Mental Health Download, a Tulsa teenager shares her thoughts on the stigma of mental illness, suicide and the critical role teens like her play in making a difference in the community.