Community partners, government representatives, local therapists, social service providers, and students gathered on Tuesday morning for the groundbreaking of the JFCS’s UpStreet youth drop-in space. Construction is set to start in the coming weeks and the space will open in the Summer! With the launch of UpStreet in October 2020,…Read More
Do I Have a Mental Health Disorder?
You may have found yourself Googling “What’s wrong with me?” or “Do I have a mental health disorder?” or searching for a quiz on the internet to help you figure out why you’re feeling the way you do. Whether you’re curious about something you heard on social media, concerned about…Read More
Almost Half of Adults in the US are Struggling with Mental Health
With two years of a global pandemic and social isolation underway and an extra cold, cloudy winter, mental health needs are at an all-time high. People who were able to hold things together in 2021 are rapidly declining in their emotional wellbeing as we head into another year of the…Read More
Mental Health Awareness Month
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and we want to help make sure you know the resources available to you to take care of yourself. JFCS Squirrel Hill Food Pantry Program Assistant Samantha Monks put together an activity book for community members to learn about the link between mental health…Read More