Today Wings Across Alabama met with one of our Thrival Story Experts. Watch for updates and submit YOUR story from survival to thrival today at WingsAcrossAL.org/Empowered or email Dalanawbrooks@icloud.com.
|North Central Alabama is hosting a job fair|
The Mental Health Center of North Central Alabama is hosting a job fair.
Friday, October 29, 2021 – Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 noon
Location: 1316 Somerville Road; Decatur, AL 35601
Somerville Place Building – Basement Conference Room
Administrative / Front Office
Licensed Practical Nurses
Mental Health Workers
Parent Peer Support
Full time and part time positions available.
Positions available in Lawrence, Limestone, and Morgan Counties.
Excellent benefits and competitive pay.New Paragraph
Masks are preferred at job fair. Call (256) 355-6105 with questions.
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Our mailing address is:
Foundation for Mental Health
1316 Somerville Road, SE, Ste. 1
Decatur, Al 35601
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We want to hear your story. For more information and to submit your story visit WingsAcrossAL.org/Empowered
“What sets you apart can sometimes feel like a burden and it’s not. And a lot of the time, it’s what makes you great.” —Emma Stone
Pink flamingo by Tammy Serio
Medium: alcohol ink
As we wrap up the month of May for mental health awareness, we want to continue to keep raising awareness for this important cause. Many of us have suffered from the stigma and discrimination caused by having a mental illness or working to manage our mental health.
We want to break down the stigma so that no one hast to suffer in silence or alone. We want you to prioritize your mental health, learn effective coping skills for life’s challenges and unexpected events. Wings Across Alabama guiding individuals and discovering ways to build resiliency and lift each other to the Ultimate wellness.
Promoting well-being in all aspects of our lives and finding balance is an important goal to achieve. At the core of Wayne’s across Alabama, we promise to enrich Piers lives with joy and knowledge. To keep to that promise, we’ve committed to support the national alliance on mental illness Nami, which builds more joyful lives for the millions of Americans who struggle with Depression, anxiety, schizophrenia, bipolar, and other mental illnesses.
Here at Wings Across Alabama, all the work we do is to help spread the word, and let people know that even if they feel isolated, they are not alone. #YouAreNotAlone
We asked a team member to share what makes them feel like they are not alone, in hopes that sharing their thoughts will help others who feel hopeless. Here’s an example of what our member shared.
I love to hear what makes you feel like you are not alone. Download the You Are Not Alone template, and share your story!
Sharing your story is not only helpful for your own mental health journey, it’s also a great way to let others know they are not alone. Send your image to us on WINGS Across Alabama Facebook or share it on other social media using #MHM #YouAreNotAlone #ToolsToThrive.
Mother Helen has taken APPR classes, volunteers, paints, has close friendships, a bond with her husband of 50 years and her relationship with God all keep her balanced and well. Mother Helen gives hope that recovery from mental health challenges as possible.
It is Mind-Blooming to realize that, your mind is resilient, beautiful and wonderful! During Mental Health Awareness Month, Wings Across Alabama provides services to assist anyone along their journey to wellness through APPR trainings, Warmline and CPS services to help you see where and how to be your best self, your way, in your time.
“Some people feel the rain, others just get wet!” – Bob Dylan
Mental health is essential to everyone’s overall health and well-being, and mental illnesses are common and
treatable. Start by checking in with yourself!
Wings Across Alabama joined with a number of Alabama health organizations today to ask our state’s congressional delegation to help us preserve the Six Protected Classes in Medicare Part D. These classes ensure that people with complex health issues — including mental illness — have access to the full range of treatment options. Thank you for listening @RichardShelby @SenatorTuberville @RobertAderholt @RepMoBrooks @RepJerryCarl @RepBarryMoore @CongressmanGaryPalmer @CongressmanMikeDRogers @RepSewell !