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These behavioral health disorder flyers can be used in email, on your website, or in social posts. Printed versions can also be pinned to bulletin boards or used at health fairs and events.
Available in both English and Spanish, these behavioral health disorder fact sheets are a great way to help promote hope, resiliency, education, tips, and treatment information to audiences.
Behavioral health is more important than ever during the COVID10 health crisis and we’re offering a host of videos, tip sheets, resources, and webinars to support audiences digitally.
Check out our Webinar Library to listen as our experts offer guidance on a variety of topics. Feel free to listen and share in emails, in links on your website, or on social.Learn More >
Promote the benefits of screening during the last week of February and into the first week of March - coinciding with NEDA's National Eating Disorder Awareness Week - to help those in need.
Held on Thursday during the first full week of April, NASD promotes the importance of using screens to offer anonymous and confidential help to those struggling with alcohol.
Held on Thursday during the first full week of October, NDSD increases awareness of the use of screens to help identify those suffering from depression and connect them to treatment.
While the MindWise screenings are educational and not diagnostic, they have been validated. This means in a trial, the screenings consistently came to the same conclusion that a clinician did when evaluating patients.
Learn about the individual screening validations for MindWise screens, such as: Alcohol Use, Adolescent Depression, Disordered Eating, General Anxiety, Gambling, Depression, Bipolar, Opioid Use, Psychosis, and more.