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For All Seasons

Therapy. Psychiatry. Advocacy. Education. Outreach.

For All Seasons provides outpatient mental health, psychiatric, education, and rape crisis services to English and Spanish speaking communities regardless of one’s ability to pay. Trauma-certified therapists and psychiatrists provide a variety of treatment approaches and individualized care for children, adolescents, adults, and seniors on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

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Bipartisanship is rare but possible. Though political parties are split on most issues, when it comes to mental health there are things nearly everyone can agree on! In this national poll of registered voters, 80% of Republicans, 91% of Democrats, and 93% of Independents said that there is a mental health crisis in the United States. We all can come together to support legislation and candidates that will address America’s need to talk about mental health.  https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/2022/01/08/paleologos-nations-mental-health-crisis-no-partisan-lines/9129818002/
Anxiety - Lets Talk About It Tip #4: Mindfulness helps reduce Anxiety. Pause and take a few deep breaths. Practice being present and grounded in the moment.  Mindfulness is a the practice of moment-to-moment awareness of sensations, thoughts, and feelings. The concept is to allow your thoughts, senses, and feelings to come and go without judgement. Mindfulness is good for managing anxiety because it enables you to be present and notice what is happening in your mind and body rather than reacting instinctively without thought. You can apply mindfulness strategies such as breathing, guided meditation, or grounding exercises to help bring you into present moment instead of worrying about the past or the future.  #mindfulness #selfcare #mentalhealth #anxietyhelp
During National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, let us resolve to counter injustice and fortify our commitment to pursue dignity and freedom for all people. President Biden released a proclamation condemning human trafficking and urging all citizens to recognize the role we play in preventing these crimes. Follow the link below to learn about the updated National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking.
#mentalhealth #humantraffickingawareness 
https://www.whitehouse.gov/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/National-Action-Plan-to-Combat-Human-Trafficking.pdf
In Maryland, one in five teens considered attempting suicide in the past year, according to the 2021 Maryland Youth Pandemic Behavior Survey. Additionally, mental health-related emergency room visits for children ages 12 to 17 also increased by 31 percent from 2019 to 2020.  As a response, BHA’s Office of Suicide Prevention worked with partners including the Maryland Association of Student Councils, Maryland Youth Advisory Council, Carroll County Local Management Board, and the Boys and Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Baltimore to develop this powerful Youth Suicide Prevention Toolkit. There are many accessible tools and resources here that can help guide adults who care for kids.#mentalhealth #mentalhealthmatters #mentalhealthawareness 
https://southernmarylandchronicle.com/2021/12/15/maryland-department-of-health-launches-youth-suicide-prevention-toolkit-and-md-young-minds-program/
Childrens participation and performance in school have always been vital to their development. With the new schooling challenges today that many parents and teachers face, how can we support our children through problems with homework or lack of motivation to study? The Child Mind Institute has released these resources to help both parents and teachers address the many concerns regarding children and their schoolwork, and how to help them excel. 
https://www2.childmind.org/webmail/908232/393877161/caf56460eb660cb2e507da8abe69750c80a0def062bdc459cdb5e659631e14df

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Serving Maryland’s Eastern Shore
Easton • Cambridge • Chestertown • Denton • Stevensville • Tilghman 

Our Locations

Main Office: 300 Talbot St. | Easton, MD
8221 Teal Dr., Suite 427, Easton, MD
208 Cedar St. | Cambridge, MD
516 Washington Ave. | Chestertown, MD
114 Market St., Suite 207 | Denton, MD
141 Log Canoe Circle | Stevensville, MD

PHONE

Direct: 410.822.1018 | fax 410.820.5884

 Poison Control Center 1 (800) 222-1222

24-HR Hotlines

English Hotlines:800.310.7273 or 410.820.5600

Para Español llame o envíe un mensaje
de texto al: 410.829.6143

Text in English & Spanish:  410-829-6143

For All Seasons, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. All contributions are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

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