Month: September 2019

Just a Few Clicks: Maximizing Online Mental Health Help for Seniors in Assisted Living

Contributed by: Jane Sandwood This following article is intended for informational purposes only. It is not a substitute for professional medical advice or treatment. Around 20-40% of Americans over 65 have one or more mental health conditions, according to the National Academy of Medicine. Even if you have mental health concerns, it should not stop you from… Read more »

Putting Yourself in Another’s Shoes

Contributed by: Steve Johnson As the old saying goes, “do not judge a man until you have walked a mile in his shoes”. Supposedly, this oft-recited piece of wisdom is of Cherokee origin. However, where in the world it comes from is largely immaterial, as its value is universal. The meaning of the phrase is… Read more »

Recovery

A Poem contributed by former MHC Board of Directors Chair, Edwin Norse Recovery Recovery is what we do, A daily chore that never ends. A hope we can make all things new, As each on each we must depend. To wake up in a land that’s free, To know that people care, support. Discrimination, false… Read more »