Mental Health

Fighting the Mental Health Stigma

Fighting the Mental Health Stigma

If you suffer with mental illness in our society, there’s a large chance that you’ve been made to feel uncomfortable about your illness. It could be being blamed for your mental health, being mocked with names or being told that…

A Community Working to Prevent Suicide

A Community Working to Prevent Suicide

Be A Part of the Community Working to Prevent Suicide BE 1 OF 4098 How to recognize when someone may be reaching out for help Download the flier Approach • Choose a time when you are alone • Begin the…

9 Ways to Decompress From Stress

9 Ways to Decompress From Stress

Having a long day at the office? A week that won’t end? Don’t feel alone. Most Americans are suffering from moderate to high stress, with 44 percent reporting that their stress levels have increased over the past five years. And unfortunately,…

#BelieveSurvivors Press Release

#BelieveSurvivors Press Release

Moving to End Sexual Assault (MESA), a program of Mental Health Partners (MHP) and the rape crisis center for Boulder and Broomfield Counties, experienced a significant surge in call volume to their 24/7 Sexual Assault Hotline during, and after, the…

The Spiral of Healing

The Spiral of Healing

Thanks to our guest blogger Natalie Ziemba for this entry. Healing takes time. There is no step-by-step prescription for how to recover after a traumatic event such as sexual violence. Everyone has a different experience of trauma, which means everyone…

A Second Look at #MeToo

A Second Look at #MeToo

Part call to action, part show of solidarity, the trending of #MeToo serves as a rallying cry to draw attention to the pervasiveness of sexual violence and sexual harassment. The hashtag not only calls attention to the widespread impact of…