mental health

The link between depression and suicide

Depression is a common condition that’s not always well-understood by many people. It’s been estimated that 17 million Americans suffer from depression during any given year, and roughly 9...... More »

For Those Who Have Loved and Lost

Chances are, you are reading this article today because suicide, mental illness or mental health crisis has affected your life or a loved one’s life in some way. If...... More »

What exactly is trauma-sensitive yoga?

Now that Care to Change has added trauma-informed mindful movement to its services, we’ve been receiving questions about how what many see as a mystical practice fits with a...... More »

Why our work with schools is vital

Tim is in his mid-50s and really hasn’t been able to find direction in life. From an early age, he struggled to fit in. He left out and he...... More »

Breaking free of PTSD

Travis is one of the most patriotic guys you’ll ever meet, and one of the toughest. His neighborhood celebrates Independence Day with gusto, and you’d assume Travis would be...... More »

Are past experiences holding your kids back? 

If you followed the news during this year’s state legislative session, you saw many discussions about mental health, particularly where children and teens are concerned. There’s increased awareness of...... More »

Mental Health and the “S” Word

Most people don’t like to talk about suicide. It frightens us and it makes us uncomfortable. It’s something many really don’t understand, and when there’s a suicide in the...... More »

Moms are problem solving experts

That’s right. Mothers are problem-solving wizards. From the earliest ages, we discover that when we don’t know what to do in any situation, our best course of action is...... More »