National Anxiety and Depression Awareness Week

National Anxiety and Depression Awareness Week

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May 4-10, 2014

Did you know that more then 40 million people right here in the land of the free are suffering from an anxiety disorder? And another 20 million suffer from depression?  Besides the cost to the economy from these terrible diseases is the fact that human suffering seems to be endless.
This is why May 4 – 10 of 2014 was created. To focus on the individuals that have been suffering with anxiety and depressive disorders and help then find treatment they need.

How can you help?
Register in National Anxiety and Depression Awareness Week and you will receive materials that can be used towards organizing an event during this week.  Even if you cannot organize an event, the materials are instrumental to mental health professionals, colleges, hospitals, employee assistance programs and all types of health establishments.  The materials included in the package can help assist in educational programs, training workshops about depression and anxiety and information about local health fairs and more.

Remember even if you do not organize an event these materials are great educational tools for anyone who might want to learn more about depression and anxiety in order to help others.

For more information,  click here.

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “National Anxiety and Depression Awareness Week

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