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The Florida Department of Health is also encouraging the community to prepare for this year’s hurricane season. Click here for preparedness resources and information provided by the Florida Department of Health.
For information on how to assemble your very own hurricane preparedness kit click here.
Like the hurricane season, 2-1-1 is available rain or shine.
If you have any questions about who to contact in the event of a hurricane, evacuations, or emergency shelters you can contact 2-1-1 at anytime, 24/7,
via phone (dial 2-1-1), text messaging (text zip code to 898-211), or web chat with a live specialist.
The month of May brings us the opportunity to shed some light on an issue that oftentimes makes people feel left in the dark, Mental Health.
Did you know???
- According to NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness), more than 40 million adults experience mental illness in a year. That’s 1 in 5 adults! (Check out more facts from NAMI here)
- The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) stated that in 2015, about 20% of women experienced mental health illnesses while 14% of men reported mental health illnesses. (For more facts from NIMH, click here)
- A SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) study found that only 1/3 of young adults with a mental illness received services for it. (Click here for more study information)