Mental Health Blog2017-10-25T19:34:59+00:00


Fighting the Stigma of Mental Health

306, 2020

Caring for Others & Ourselves During COVID

The need to care for others has never been more evident than now. The demands being placed on healthcare workers, first responders, and mental health professionals rival that of other tragic historical moments such as Pearl Harbor and 9/11 when the demands exceed that of the system’s capabilities to meet them. What we are experiencing as a society is a collective traumatization. We are all going through the same experience at the same time on a global scale. In one sense, it is comforting to know that we are not alone, and this shared experience can bring us [...]

1905, 2020

Give Hope Today

This year as everyone has been impacted by this worldwide emergency. Crisis hotlines throughout the country have seen an increase in calls because of the COVID-19 pandemic. There are many triggers right now for past traumas, domestic abuse, mental health issues, severe stress, and unemployment. But YOU can make a difference. This is what Jessica said about the impact of YOUR donations… Jessica’s Story “Because of your financial help, I have been able to keep meeting with my counselor, Renee!  It has been such a massive blessing. In the last month, I have experienced more freedom than I ever thought [...]

2004, 2020

Overcoming Uncertainty During COVID-19

COVID-19 might as well be a synonym for uncertainty, and facing uncertainty is never comfortable. At His Heart Foundation, we are in this right along with you. You may relate to some of our staff members’ stories… Stories of Uncertainty “I’ve experienced a lot of anxiety during this quarantine, worrying a lot about my mother who is immunocompromised, and other concerns that weigh heavy on my heart. Even though there's a lot of uncertainty, I’ve also had some of the most profound and beautiful moments with God during my time in scripture and prayer, as well as [...]

1504, 2020

Mental Health during COVID-19

In the middle of this COVID-19 global pandemic we all share something in common--feelings of social isolation, worry, and job insecurity. We all need mental health support, especially those who are susceptible to the most stress during this crisis: older people, those with chronic health conditions, children and teens, health care workers, and people grappling with mental health conditions, including substance use. Building Bridges to Mental Wellness This is why His Heart Foundation is continuing to serve those who are suffering. We recently heard from Jenny* who was in a deep depression when she reached out [...]

1304, 2020

COVID-19 and Domestic Violence

Special Note:  During the COVID-19 epidemic, we know that increased stress in the home can bring wear and tear on our families and relationships. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 3 women and 1 in 4 men in the United States have experienced violence from an intimate partner in their lifetime— and the risks to victims are severe. Whenever there is violence in the home this can create additional negative mental as well as physical health issues. At His Heart Foundation, we encourage you to reach out for help if your home [...]

604, 2020

Tips for Teens during the COVID-19

Life changes fast and often. With what has been currently going on due to the seriousness of the COVID-19 pandemic, many teens lives have been tossed around and left in uncertainty. Sure, it’s nice to have a little break from school, however dealing with lack of social interaction and uncertainty, (not to mention being in the same space as your family!) can leave even the most school avoidant person wishing they were back in those hallways and classrooms. As a mental health therapist to teens, many of my clients have been trying to adjust to this new [...]

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