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3 Ways to Celebrate Mental Health Awareness Month

Posted on May 7th, 2020 by Options Family

May is National Mental Health Awareness Month! In response to the current state of the world, mental health is more important than ever. Practice the following approaches this month and every month to put your mental health first: We’re proud to be a resource for those struggling with mental health, family issues, addiction and much […]

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Mental Health & COVID-19

Posted on April 15th, 2020 by Options Family

By now, whether you’re currently seeking mental health treatment in Minnesota or not, we are all feeling the effects of COVID-19. From losing jobs to worrying about catching the coronavirus in general, we are living through a history book and everyone is feeling the effects. Our team at Options Family & Behavior Services is here […]

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Mental Health in the Workplace

Posted on March 10th, 2020 by Options Family

Ten, even 5 years ago, mental health wasn’t talked about like it is now. The importance of mental health treatment in Minnesota extends into every facet of our lives, from getting out of bed in the morning to our work performance. Business owners, managers and other higher-ups at companies have no choice but to factor […]

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The Connection Between Mental & Physical Health

Posted on February 9th, 2020 by Options Family

If you’re currently seeking mental health treatment in Minnesota, you may not only be struggling mentally, but you are likely experiencing some physical symptoms as well. Your quality of life can easily decline when you are going through both mental and physical hardships that make even the simplest tasks a challenge. The World Health Organization […]

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Small Ways to Improve Your Mental Health in 2020

Posted on January 13th, 2020 by Options Family

The start of a new decade is a fresh slate for all of us! If you’ve struggled with mental health in the past, know that you’re not alone. According to the National Alliance of Mental Health, approximately 19.1 percent of U.S. adults, or 47.6 million people, suffered from some sort of mental illness in 2018 […]

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