Tribe declares May Mental Health Month

Behavior Health Manager, Mary Young, sits with Southern Ute Tribal Chairman Clement Frost as he signs the proclamation declaring the month of May as Mental Health Month.
Damon Toledo | The Southern Ute Drum

The Southern Ute Indian Tribe has declared the month of May as Mental Health Month, which encourages all community members to recognize the resilience of those living with mental illness. The tribe encourages community members to strengthen the commitment to increase awareness and understanding of mental health, the steps citizens can take to protect their mental health, and the need for appropriate and accessible services for all people with mental health conditions at all stages. The tribe proclaims that with early and effective treatment, those individuals with mental health conditions can recover and lead full, productive lives.

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