How to Talk to Your Kids About Their Mental Health
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Time to Talk: The Importance of Sharing Your Story
For a long time, the stigma surrounding mental health silenced significant mental health stories, and isolated everyone who really needed to express their stories and everyone who needed to hear it.
5 Signs That You’ve Found Your Tribe
Some of us searched for a long time before we found our tribes, and some of us are searching still. But the search is worth it.
Who Is Your Person, Who Are Your People? Building a Network of Social Support for Your Mental Wellness
Sometimes it’s just so hard to find the energy and the courage to seek it out. So, let’s talk about finding emotional support, and building that network now, so you know just where to find it.
32 States Get Failing Grade on New Report Cards Scoring Statutes for Mental Health and Addiction Treatment 10 Years After Federal Parity Law
Deaths from drug and alcohol misuse and suicide skyrocket, yet majority of states fail to provide mental health parity – prompting American families to take action against illegal insurance denials.
Evaluating State Mental Health Report WBT for web
How to Lookout for Your Peers at the Party
Here are a few party scenarios you might find yourself a bystander to, and then some ways you might help out a peer in need.
10 Myths About Alcohol and Underage Drinking
There are a lot of strange myths about alcohol and underage drinking swirling around out there, so let’s take a second to put some things straight.
How Do I Get Out of a Bad Relationship?
Here are some thoughts from us at Well Being Trust about breaking off a bad relationship and making sure the breakup sticks.
#WellnessWednesday chat with Christina Milian
Well Being Trust is excited to share our Wellness Wednesday chats about mental health, well-being and the importance of having real conversations to break the stigma around mental illness. Thank you t
TEENS TAKING THE TIME TO TALK MENTAL HEALTH
Because we could all use a lesson in bravery.
10 Signs of a Healthy Relationship
What a healthy relationship looks like, and what it doesn’t look like.
Pain in the nation: Policy ideas to save lives
Well Being Trust’s beginnings are humble ones. When we first opened our doors in January 2017—thanks to a generous gift from Providence St. Joseph Health—we sought to be a different kind of...
Back to (Self-Love) School: 3 Steps to Returning to Yourself
This month, a great chunk of adults in our nation breathed a collective exhale of relief as their children headed back to school. While the summer months can be blissful, they can also bring…...
Well Being Trust Announces Round Two Of California Grants, Providing $8.5 Million To Organizations To Improve Mental Health and Well-being
Today, Well Being Trust (WBT) announced $8.5 million in new grants as the second round of grants to mental health and well-being initiatives in California.
To Fit IN or Stand OUT: 6 Tips on Making New Friends
Read on for some of our thoughts on how you can put yourself out there to make new friends.
10 Strategies to Manage Your Back-to-School Anxiety
The first day of school is almost here, and maybe you’re starting to feel the anxiety. Here’s a list of tried and true ways to manage your back-to-school anxiety.
How to get your kids back-to-school ready
Kids aren’t the only ones who get anxious about the school year starting up again. Here are a few ways to help prepare your teens for the first day of school without adding to their worries.
Well Being Trust PSA
Well Being Trust is a national foundation dedicated to advancing the mental, social and spiritual health of the nation. We want you to join us in this ongoing challenge to reduce the stigma around men
5 Ways to #BeWell as You Head Back to High School
Are you feeling anxious or excited about school starting? If you’re feeling some of both, then you’re not the only one. As your schedule starts to fill back up don’t forget to make time for yourself.
What judging others also says about yourself