Communicare offers multiple treatment options for co-occurring disorders (substance use disorders and mental health disorders). Communicare’s Haven House is a residential treatment facility and is certified through the Mississippi Department of Mental HealthWHAT WE OFFER
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Communicare serves as Northern Central Mississippi’s community mental health center, providing quality, individualized care to Calhoun, Lafayette, Marshall, Panola, Tate and Yalobusha counties. Our mission is to deliver caring, professional assistance to people of all ages seeking mental health treatment, substance abuse treatment, school-based services, IDD services and 24hr crisis services.
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North Mississippi Commission meets the fourth Thursday of each month in the conference room of the Lafayette County office. The meeting begins at 3:30 p.m. and is open to the public.
The stigma surrounding mental health has long been a barrier to meaningful conversations about the diagnosis and treatment of mental illness. But because of gender stereotypes, it’s even harder for men to talk about their mental and emotional health. From an early age, most men get taught that being masculine or a “real man” means not showing weakness. The result is generations of men who are embarrassed to display emotions such as sadness, insecurity, and fear.
About six out of 100 people will have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) at some point of their lives, according to the National Center for PTSD; this means that in a given year, 12 million adults in the U.S. may be suffering symptoms of PTSD. Because trauma can happen at any age, children and teens can also have PTSD. Each year, the U.S. child protection services receive three million reports of traumatic events affecting children, including violent crimes, disasters, and abuse.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a time when we should increase awareness of the importance of our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. By engaging in more conversations about mental health, we can battle the stigma and prejudice keeping people with mental illness from seeking the help they need. Here are some ways you can help your mental health this month and onwards: