The Impact of Stress

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October 8th, 2020 - National Mental Illness Awareness Week continues! Today our focus is on stress, often known as the ‘silent killer.’ First, let’s make a distinction. There’s two types of stress most people know: regular stress which can be triggered by everyday responsibilities in work and life, serious life changes like chronic diseases and diagnosis, the death of a loved one, etc. Then there’s eustress, which can come from taking on a new project at work that requires you to hone a s...
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Summer 2020 Wellness Academy Starts in July!

July ushers in a fresh round of Wellness Academy courses, fun Compeer activities, and a brand new Support Group at Mental Health Greensboro! Sign up today for our in-person and online classes. Registration is required as our class sizes are limited, so reserve your spot in our summer wellness programs today! WELLNESS ACADEMY WRAP & Trauma is a new addition to our Wellness Recovery Action Plan courses. This class is specifically designed to support individuals who have experienc...
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Online Peer Support Groups via ZOOM!

We are happy to announce that beginning Tuesday, April 14th, our Peer Support Groups go live and digital via the video conference app ZOOM. Since the Coronavirus quarantine makes us unable to meet with peers in person, seeing and speaking with familiar (and new!) faces over digital devices is the next best way to meet. We have three support groups meeting via Zoom that are hosted by our peer support specialists. Road to Recovery will be led by Mary on Tuesdays at 7 pm. Tammi will host W...
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Mental Health Greensboro Closed for Precautionary Measures in Response To Coronavirus Until Further Notice.

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Mental Health Greensboro will be closed until further notice as a precautionary measure in response to the Coronavirus outbreak in North Carolina. At this time we are adhering to Governor Roy Cooper's school closure mandate and as a result our facility will be closed at least two weeks beginning March 16th, 2020. As a result of this precautionary measure all Wellness Academy classes, Support Groups, and Provider Academy workshops will be postponed at this time and will resume at a later...
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QPR & MHFA Offered in February!

Mental Health Greensboro offers two certification classes in February. QPR (Question Persuade Refer) and MHFA (Mental Health First Aid) are open to anyone in the community who wishes to strengthen their ability to deal with those in mental health crisis. QPR and MHFA are beneficial to those who work intimately with people on a daily basis including mental health providers, counselors, parents, ministers, caseworkers, law enforcement officers, teachers, nurses, social workers, firefighters, vet...
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Mental Health Greensboro Survey Time!

Mental Health Greensboro is conducting a very short survey! If you would, please take two minutes to answer a few questions for us. We are interested in learning what mental health topics peak our peers interest, in what ways our peers consume information, and when is the most convenient time for scheduling events and classes. Please click the button below to be taken to our survey! Thank you so much for participating, we appreciate your feedback. Go to Survey
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