We’ve put together insights from CommUnity staff members on how they practice self-care and what resources they recommend to get you started on your self-care journey today – International Self-Care Day.
Understanding mental health in the transgender community
Mental health challenges are common. In fact, one in five people will experience a mental illness like depression or anxiety. But unfortunately in the transgender community, that number is even higher at nearly one in two.
Degrees & Distress – Addressing Graduation Anxiety
Graduation day is supposed to be one of the best days in your life. But the unsettling truth is it can be a time of great anxiety.
June is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month
The month is dedicated to raising public awareness about issues related to PTSD, reducing the stigma associated with PTSD, and helping to ensure that those suffering receive proper treatment.
A Message from our New Executive Director
I’d like to take a moment to reflect on my first few weeks at CommUnity Crisis Services and Food Bank as the new Executive Director.
5th Annual Hunger Banquet FAQ
Are you curious about how the virtual Hunger Banquet will work? We put together a list of frequently asked questions just for you! What is the Hunger Banquet? CommUnity’s Hunger […]
June is LGBTQ Pride Month
LGBTQ Pride Month is celebrated annually in June to honor the 1969 Stonewall riots, and works to achieve equal justice and equal opportunity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) Americans.
Managing Your Well-Being
Navigating the pandemic has been challenging for many, and you are not alone.
Mental Illness: What is it and what are some common conditions?
What is a mental illness? Mental illnesses are treatable health conditions that can disrupt a person’s thinking, feeling, mood, ability to relate to others and daily functioning.
Channeling Self-Compassion During Times of Transition
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. This is part one in a multi-part blog series about taking care of your mental health.