Mental health resources for teens, young adults, & families

Empowering teens, young adults, and families through accessible resources is critical. Stay up to date on wellness techniques, treatment services, mental health research, and more!

Motivating Mental Health Awareness in Schools

By identifying the warning signs of mental health conditions and providing mental health support, schools can help at-risk students seek mental health care.

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Improving Your Mental Health

If you're navigating a difficult situation, living with a mental health condition, or looking to improve your wellness, here's how to care for your mental health.

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How to Set Healthy Boundaries

Boundaries are defined as, "a line that marks the limit of an area." But how can you determine and communicate what your personal lines are? Doing so is a key part of mental wellbeing and resiliency. Here are some tips on how to define and present your boundaries in all types of relationships.

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Are You Suffering From An Anxiety Disorder? Here’s How To Tell

Anxiety disorders are treatable with a combination of medication, psychotherapy, and lifestyle changes. Here's how to tell if you're living with anxiety.

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The Psychological Impact of Winter and Mental Health

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD), is a mental health condition that occurs due to seasonal changes. Learn healthy ways to cope with SAD.

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Self Care During the Holiday Season

If you're dealing with packed holiday schedules, or feeling overwhelmed this season, leaning into self-care methods can help you prepare for this time of year.

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How to Help a Friend With Depression

While mental health diagnoses affect a significant amount of people, depression in particular can be vastly misunderstood. Help educate others on depression and mental health.

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Having a Mental Health Day? 5 Tips to Survive the Holidays

Stress takes a toll, both mentally and physically. If you're feeling overwhelmed this holiday season, here's how to make your mental health a priority.

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Honoring International Day of Persons with Disabilities: The Intersection of Disabilities and Mental Health

Today is International Day of Persons with Disabilities, a day designated by the UN to “promote an understanding of disability issues and mobilize support for the dignity, rights and well-being of persons with disabilities.” As equally important: “It also seeks to increase awareness of gains to be derived from the integration of persons with disabilities in every aspect of political, social, economic and cultural life.”

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10 Ways to Stay Mentally Strong Throughout the Holidays

With the holiday season approaching, you might be feeling anxious and stressed. It's important to pay attention to your mental health during the holidays.

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Creating a Happy and Healthy Holiday Season

The holiday season can be stressful. However, Charlie Health is here to help you prioritize your well-being during this season with helpful tips to relax and enjoy.

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Addressing Mental Health Disparities Among Native Youth

November is National Native American Heritage Month. According to the White House, the aim of the month is to “honor the influence [American Indians and Alaskan Natives] have had on the advancement of our Nation, and recommit ourselves to upholding trust and treaty responsibilities, strengthening Tribal sovereignty, and advancing Tribal self-determination.”

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5 Ways to Help Teenagers Recover From Eating Disorders

Eating disorders in young adults are becoming more common. Read more about how to educate yourself on eating disorders, and learn how to offer your unconditional support.

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Teen Depression: A Silent Epidemic

Depression is a serious mental health condition that many teenagers endure throughout their daily lives. Learn more about the impact of mental health and teen depression.

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6 Tips for Parents of Teens in Intensive Outpatient Programs

Tips for parents who may have teenagers involved in an intensive outpatient program. Understand more about IOP and how to work through the program with your teenager.

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Motivating Mental Health Awareness in Schools

By identifying the warning signs of mental health conditions and providing mental health support, schools can help at-risk students seek mental health care.

Read More
Improving Your Mental Health

If you're navigating a difficult situation, living with a mental health condition, or looking to improve your wellness, here's how to care for your mental health.

Read More
How to Set Healthy Boundaries

Boundaries are defined as, "a line that marks the limit of an area." But how can you determine and communicate what your personal lines are? Doing so is a key part of mental wellbeing and resiliency. Here are some tips on how to define and present your boundaries in all types of relationships.

Read More
Are You Suffering From An Anxiety Disorder? Here’s How To Tell

Anxiety disorders are treatable with a combination of medication, psychotherapy, and lifestyle changes. Here's how to tell if you're living with anxiety.

Read More
The Psychological Impact of Winter and Mental Health

Seasonal affective disorder (SAD), is a mental health condition that occurs due to seasonal changes. Learn healthy ways to cope with SAD.

Read More

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