Sometimes it’s hard to admit you aren’t okay. It’s a challenge to look someone in the eye, especially someone you may know in a small community and confide that you are struggling with mental health.
When this happens, it becomes way too easy to push your self-care needs aside and put on a front to deceive the world into thinking you’re doing just fine.
However, self-help is a critical piece of the puzzle to overall physical and emotional well-being. With a surge in mental health needs, it’s important to find a way to reach as many community members as possible in a short amount of time.
From self-help techniques to emergency contact information for anyone experiencing distress, the Healthy Ashland App provides a variety of means to keep you in tip-top shape physically and mentally.
By downloading the free app, you will have access to simple ways to relieve stress, information about counseling services, crisis intervention tools, and even local family activities and resources!
Staying educated is one of the best ways to take care of yourself or those struggling around you. Listening to podcasts is a great way to learn more while doing simple tasks like driving or exercising.
By listening to our podcast, you can learn more about the opiate and amphetamine crisis and what can be done to help those you care about.
The Healthy Ashland App is available for download on the App Store for Apple (iOS) devices and Google Play for Android devices. Just search ‘healthyashland’ and you can begin to put your mental health needs first!