The ADAMHS Board Video Series
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Ways to practice self-care and mindfulness to help reduce stress and anxiety during this pandemic.
Parenting During this Pandemic
Rock solid tips to help parents guide their children through these challenging times and help them make good decisions.
This pandemic may be causing you to experience stress, anger, anxiety and other feelings. Here are some ways to cope and find help if you need it.
Mental Illness: Ways You Can Help
Mental illnesses are real and treatable. Your friend or loved one needs you to be on their team as they navigate their recovery. Here are ways you can help.
Virtual Medical Appointments/ Telehealth
Telehealth has been growing in popularity – within our ADAMHS network and elsewhere — largely due to the coronavirus pandemic. There’s a growing body of evidence that it’s effective and efficient.
One in seven adults will experience substance-use-disorders. Of those only 10% will get treatment. Stigma is a big part of the reason. Addiction is a treatable illness.
The Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board oversees services for Lake County residents dealing with mental illness and/or substance-use disorders.
Purging Home Medicine Cabinets
Home medicine cabinets can be easy targets for people misusing drugs. Here are two easy ways to make sure that doesn’t happen to you.
The Lake County ADAMHS Board and our Suicide Prevention Coalition are working hard to get more information out about the nature of suicide, risk factors, and resources.
QPR — Question, Persuade, Refer – is a well-respected suicide prevention strategy. The ADAMHS Board is offering free QPR trainings to organizations who want to learn more.