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About Mental Health Promotion

 Mental health promotion attempts to encourage and increase protective factors and healthy behaviors that can help prevent the onset of a diagnosable mental disorder and reduce risk factors that can lead to the development of a mental disorder. It also involves creating living conditions and environments that support mental health and allow people to adopt and maintain healthy lifestyles or an “a climate that respects and protects basic civil, political, socio-economic and cultural rights is fundamental to mental health promotion. Without the security and freedom provided by these rights, it is very difficult to maintain a high level of mental health.” youth.gov

Serenity's Youth and Family Programs that help support Mental Health Promotion include:

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Youth Mental Health Services

 'iMATTER' Services and Programs for Adolescents, Young Adults, and Families.

iMATTER offers a variety of options ranging from crisis intervention to group support!

  • Mental Health Assessment

  • Individual and Family Counseling

  • Group Counseling

  • Art Therapy

  • Pharmacological Management Services

  • Community Psychiatric Support (Individual and Group)

  • Keeping Families Strong

  • School/Community Liaisons

  • Substance Use/Mental Health Co-Occurring Disorder Program

Ask about our E.B.P

Contact: Veda Cannon LIMFT @ 440-685-0081 ext 108

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AXIOS Youth Mentoring

AXIOS provides mentors, prevention, academic tutoring, job and life skills training, cognitive behavioral therapy, and wraparound support. 

High school students who graduate from the program receive internships with local municipalities/companies. 

visit www.axiosyouth.org for more information

Contact: Cheryl Pritchard, RA @ 440-625-0081

Cell: 216-200-1270

Enroll now for Summer Camp 2024

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'iMIND Expressive Art Therapy & Violence Prevention 

iMIND provides trauma-informed therapy to students and their families.  iMIND utilizes expressive arts group therapy to strengthen the resiliency skills necessary for pro-social development.  Research shows that the use of the arts in treatment addresses many issues and is successful in treating anxiety, stress, PTSD, depression, low self-esteem, and grief.

Contact: Elena Gonzalez APRN CNP @ 440-625-0081 

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