May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Are any of these symptoms familiar to you?

Mental Health Awareness  

If so, these could be the early signs of a common and treatable mental health condition.

You are not alone. One in four Americans experiences a mental health condition each year.1 When addressed early, these symptoms can be treated successfully.

The following are things you can do to help care for your mental health:

Mental Health SocialSOCIAL HEALTH

  • Develop healthy relationships
  • Get involved in your community
  • Have workplace/life balance

Mental Health  SpiritualSPIRITUAL HEALTH

  • Take five slow deep breaths
  • Meditate
  • Manage stress

Mental Health NutritionalNUTRITIONAL HEALTH

  • Add one piece of fruit to your daily diet
  • Limit alcohol consumption
  • Stop smoking

Mental Health PhysicalPHYSICAL HEALTH

  • Take a walk each day
  • Get enough sleep
  • Drink water

Getting help is easy.
Take a quick survey to assess your mental health.

Please Note: The results of these surveys are not necessarily a diagnosis of a mental health condition. Please see a behavioral health professional to share your results and receive further assistance.

Help is Available

To find a behavioral health professional, please contact:

  • Beacon Health Options Behavioral Health Customer Service Line: 1-888-447-2526
  • University Behavioral Associates Referral Line (Montefiore Members): 1-800-401-4822

You can also use the Find a Doctor tool on

1 National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). Mental Illness Facts and Numbers. March 2013.