May Is Mental Health Awareness Month

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Every year, millions of people are affected by several types of mental health conditions.1 Since mental health is a much needed part of your overall health, we partnered with myStrength to give you free access to their online program.




What is myStrength?

myStrength is a web based program designed to help you with various mental health areas, including:

  • Depression.
  • Worry.
  • Stress.
  • Substance abuse.
  • Loss of sleep.

If you’re one of many who is living with chronic pain, myStrength also has a guided program with peer-led exercises that can help you find the best techniques to manage your pain. The myStrength guided program for chronic pain also provides important information about the careful use of medications.

Why myStrength?

With myStrength you can customize your care based on your interests and needs to help you improve your mental health.  myStrength keeps all of your information private.  It offers in-the-moment mood tracking and instant stress-relief tools, including:

  • Distinct mood-lifting techniques.
  • Step-by-step eLearning modules.
  • Interactive tools.
  • Weekly action plans.
  • Self-help workbooks.
  • Daily messages to help with depression, worry and substance use.

myStrength’s online tools can help you achieve lasting, healthy change. Its clinically-proven techniques can help you fully engage in your journey to reach mental and physical health. Best of all, you can do it from the comfort of your home! If you’re struggling with your mental health and need some support, sign up for myStrength.

Sign up today

 Enter in your web browser.

  1. Click “Sign Up.”
  2. Complete the myStrength sign-up process. This includes the wellness assessment and personal profile.

Go mobile!

After setting up an online account, download the myStrength app for iOS and Android. You can register using the same email and password.

Got leftover prescription medicine?

If you have prescription medicine that you no longer use and would like to throw away, the National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day takes place April 27, 2019 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. (local time zones across the U.S.) This day offers a simple, safe and responsible way to dispose of prescription drugs. It also aims to educate the general public about the potential for medication abuse.

Visit to locate a collection site near you.

1National Alliance on Mental Health (2018). Mental health month. Retrieved from


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