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I work as a Senior Accountant at MHCGM, billing out state grants to provide supplies for the homeless outreach team and suicide prevention trainings. It’s rewarding to see how these funds support our clinicians’ salaries and help us deliver optimal mental health services to clients. My job inspires me to learn more about mental health and make a positive impact.

For Mental Health Awareness month, my mental health tip is to never give up. Despite struggling with anxiety, seasonal affective disorder, and feelings of loneliness that led to suicidal thoughts, I persevered through drug and alcohol misuse and surrounded myself with supportive people. Today, I prioritize self-growth, pursuing an accounting degree and creating meaningful connections with others. I believe that everyone can achieve their dreams if they try their best and learn to love themselves.


Another year and another month to reflect and spend some valuable time thinking about our Mental Health.
As we enter Black History Month it is important to understand the issues surrounding mental illness and how this has and continues to play in the lives of African Americans.
As we get closer to the end of Suicide Awareness Month, I have some thoughts to share with everyone. We all know that if we only pay attention to Suicide Awareness during September, we miss all the times people struggle throughout the year.

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