The Be Real video was created for teens ages to be presented in classroom settings and used by friends of teens, parents, and all teen advocates as a tool to start the conversation about healthy relationships. With a focus on healthy and unhealthy relationships, we aim to combine light-hearted humor and animation to educate teens on the hidden tactics of emotional abuse through controlling behavior and digital manipulation. Do you know if your relationship is healthy? Take the quiz.
Support Groups - Mental Health America of Fredericksburg
We had a great time at our Annual Summer Picnic. We enjoyed the entertainment and food. We also gave Service Awards to several of our volunteers: Lesa and Mike Suicide is the second leading cause of death in kids and teens ages 10 to 19 in the United States. Join Mental Health America of Fredericksburg and the Another Day campaign in raising awareness about suicide in our community and supporting Suicide Prevention Education at our local schools. Thanks to everyone who made the Walk for Mental Wellness a success. We are so grateful to all of our Sponsors, Fundraisers, Walkers, Committee, and Volunteers who made Saturday, May 4th such a great day!
NAMI Virginia does NOT provide crisis services or direct services, so if you or a loved one is experiencing a psychiatric crisis, please refer to these numbers:. Helpful Documents in an Emergency. NAMI Virginia operates a toll-free HelpLine to provide information and resources to callers who are seeking information about mental illness topics. We are not a crisis hotline nor do we offer direct services. To reach our HelpLine for information and resources: Call or email info namivirginia.
Mary Washington Healthcare, Rappahannock Area Community Services Board and Rappahannock United Way combined resources and convened experts to host a town hall on the serious public health issue of suicide. Suicide takes an enormous toll on families, friends, co-workers, as well as our veterans and impacts our communities as a whole. Suicide does not discriminate. People of all genders, ages, and ethnicities can be at risk for suicide.