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May is Mental Health Month    Get a free screening app (this month only) &/or take 3 minutes, online, to find out what YOUR number is.    Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar and PTSD Screening - M3 Checklist by Mental Health America    #WhatsYourNumber

May is Mental Health Month Get a free screening app (this month only) &/or take 3 minutes, online, to find out what YOUR number is. Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar and PTSD Screening - M3 Checklist by Mental Health America #WhatsYourNumber

'General Hospital' alum Kimberly McCullough has been tapped for a very prestigious gig - she will be appearing as a speaker at Mental Health America's 2016 Annual Conference: Media, Messaging and Mental Health.  The seminar will be held in June at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center jus

'General Hospital' alum Kimberly McCullough has been tapped for a very prestigious gig - she will be appearing as a speaker at Mental Health America's 2016 Annual Conference: Media, Messaging and Mental Health. The seminar will be held in June at the Hilton Alexandria Mark Center jus

Real men don't eat meat: Column

Real men don't eat meat: Column

Maryland Gov. Theodore McKeldin and Mrs. A. Felix DuPont in 1953 pour the metal made from melted chains used to restrain people with mental illnesses to create the Mental Health Bell, which has since served as the symbol for Mental Health America.

Maryland Gov. Theodore McKeldin and Mrs. A. Felix DuPont in 1953 pour the metal made from melted chains used to restrain people with mental illnesses to create the Mental Health Bell, which has since served as the symbol for Mental Health America.

#mentalillnessfeelslike ... for Mental Health America #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth #MHMonth2016

#mentalillnessfeelslike ... for Mental Health America #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth #MHMonth2016

Dwight Hollier, a licensed professional counselor and the NFL's director of transition and clinical services, speaks at Mental Health America's annual conference this month in Alexandria, Virginia. Photo by B. Bray/Counseling Today

Dwight Hollier, a licensed professional counselor and the NFL's director of transition and clinical services, speaks at Mental Health America's annual conference this month in Alexandria, Virginia. Photo by B. Bray/Counseling Today

#mentalillnessfeelslike ... for Mental Health America #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth #MHMonth2016

#mentalillnessfeelslike ... for Mental Health America #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth #MHMonth2016

Sugar Addiction and Mental Health: America Needs Rehab

Sugar Addiction and Mental Health: America Needs Rehab

It has been well-proven that excess simple sugar consumption (and especially sugary drinks) and empty calories make you fatter. That’s a generalization, since everyone’s metabolism is different.

Sugar Addiction and Mental Health: America Needs Rehab #worldmentalhealthday

Sugar Addiction and Mental Health: America Needs Rehab

Sugar Addiction and Mental Health: America Needs Rehab #worldmentalhealthday

Demi Lovato joins Mental Health America (MHA) at the Annual Clifford W. Beers Award Dinner to communicate the importance of telling your personal story and coming together as a unified voice for mental health in America.

Demi Lovato joins Mental Health America (MHA) at the Annual Clifford W. Beers Award Dinner to communicate the importance of telling your personal story and coming together as a unified voice for mental health in America.

For the past 106 years, Mental Health America has been the nation’s leading non-profit committed to reducing the stigma around mental illness and promoting open dialogues, with a particular focus on the LGBTQ community. ➔ http://www.datingadvice.com/for-men/mental-health-america-helping-us-live-mentally-healthier-lives-since-1909

For the past 106 years, Mental Health America has been the nation’s leading non-profit committed to reducing the stigma around mental illness and promoting open dialogues, with a particular focus on the LGBTQ community. ➔ http://www.datingadvice.com/for-men/mental-health-america-helping-us-live-mentally-healthier-lives-since-1909