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Vidant Health provides support and awareness for Mental Health Awareness Month

May 16, 2016 by Amy Holcombe

GREENVILLE—One in four Americans suffers from a mental health condition. Behavioral health, or mental health, is a term used to refer to fields related to the study, assessment, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental illness and substance abuse. 

The aim of Mental Health Awareness Month is to raise awareness about the importance of a healthy lifestyle and its preventive factors and benefits for mind and body.

Programs offered through Vidant Health offer a number of methods suitable to each patient’s situation. Vidant Health is committed to providing patients with a comprehensive assessment and developing a treatment and discharge plan that is tailored to each patient. The providers share a common goal of assisting patients as they regain control of their lives and reconnect with their families and community.

See below for upcoming events related to Mental Health Awareness Month. 


Collaboration of Care Conference – “Partnering for Mental Health Care in eastern North Carolina”
Wednesday, May 18- Thursday, May 19, 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Holiday Inn
203 Greenville Blvd. SW | Greenville 


The conference will offer health care providers, clinicians and community members access to resources that can help to ensure seamless care for those suffering from mental health and substance use disorders. The topics presented will educate attendees on less disruptive transitions and better coordination of patient care.

Registration is available at the door for the conference. For more information visit http://www.pittcollaborative.org/ 


Mental Health and Community Wellness Expo
Wednesday, May 25, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
East Carolina Heart Institute at ECU
115 Heart Dr. | Greenville 

More than 50 exhibitors from service organizations will be available to answer questions, provide information, present community resources, provide screenings and support families and friends of those who suffer from mental health and other issues

The expo is free to all attendees.
 
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