Week 3: 2022 Mental Health Awareness Month Archive | Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium

Category: Healthy People and Prevention

Week 3, May 16-22: Recognizing when you need help What we will learn: Identify when you are stressed and out of balanceRecognize when your thoughts, feelings and behaviors change Pay attention to your usual thoughts, feelings and behaviors. How is your typical mood? Energy level? Appetite? Sleep routine? Social life? Physical health? How do your thoughts change when you experience something that causes you stress? Recognizing when our thoughts, feelings and behaviors have changed significantly is the first step to ...

Mental health plays a big role in overall well-being. As we go through life we have both good and bad experiences. By balancing our experiences with the basics of mental health, we can incorporate positive habits as a way to support our own mental wellness and lead a healthy life. Please join us through the month of May to honor Mental Health Awareness Month with weekly activities aimed to enhance your overall wellness. Starting Monday, May 2, surveys will be ...

Mental health plays a big role in overall well-being. As we go through life we have both good and bad experiences. By balancing our experiences with the basics of mental health, we can incorporate positive habits as a way to support our own mental wellness and lead a healthy life. Please join us through the month of May to honor Mental Health Awareness Month with weekly activities aimed to enhance your overall wellness. Starting Monday, May 2, surveys will be ...

Recognizing behavioral health services can be difficult to access in Alaska, ANTHC’s Behavioral Health Wellness Clinic (BHWC) offers patients video telehealth appointments for easy connection to compassionate care in communities across the state from the privacy of their own homes The clinic’s goal is to promote Alaska Native wellness by offering immediate access to culturally attuned and evidence-based behavioral health care. With this telehealth clinic, staff are specifically focused on serving people living in rural and remote areas of the ...

The Raven’s Ball is a signature fundraising event from the Healthy Alaska Natives Foundation (HANF) in Anchorage, Alaska. The Raven’s Ball is a powerful and entertaining fundraising event that raises awareness and funding to further ANTHC’s vision: that Alaska Native people are the healthiest people in the world. Watch the celebration via Facebook Live or YouTube on April 20, 2022 beginning at noon (12 -1:00 p.m.) Event MCs  Alice Qannik Glenn is Iñupiaq born and raised in Utqiaġvik, Alaska. She hosts and ...

The 2022 Alaska Maternal Child Health (MCH) and Immunization Conference is being held virtually February 22-24. Early bird registration ends on January 21. The conference provides opportunities to learn about new and emerging issues in maternal and child health and immunization in Alaska. Rural and urban Alaska health professionals come together to learn about best practices and tools for the prevention of key and emerging maternal child and family health issues in Alaska. The Alaska MCH and Immunization Conference is ...