In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, we invite you to carve out time and make space for support, reflection, and connection.

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood.”

Since our needs can take many forms, we curated a list of experiential opportunities from Hera Hub members. These expert entrepreneurs are supporting the variety of needs in our community!

Local Wellness Opportunities

Please be sure to register for events using the links provided.

May 8th / May 21st

Come explore the hidden forces that influence your life via Soul and Family Constellations. These forces can appear as health issues, feeling stuck, anxiety or depression, and behavioral issues that affect your career, relationships, finances and overall wellbeing.

May 11th

There’s something magical about a roomful of women who are standing in their power and doing “the thing”. Join us for an inspiring evening of camaraderie, new connections, and growth. With guest speaker Elaine Swann.

May 13th

This exclusive holistic health event includes yoga that is accessible for all and guidance to help organize personal life habits and prioritize peaceful living. Welcoming high performers seeking aid for energy levels, and those willing to meet and greet others to share how we help the world.

May 14th

Ever want to put together a vision board, but just don’t have the time, space, or supplies? Curious about what a vision board is and how to make one to help motivate you towards your goals? Vision boards have been found to be super useful to create visual representations of goals and dreams, while getting creative, having fun, and hanging out with friends and chatting.

May 22nd

Connection, calmness, and creativity are vital to our well-being. Join us for a special mom/daughter retreat focusing on exactly that! The Nourish and Expand retreat provides a space for mothers and teen daughters to come together to strengthen bonds and foster more calm and creativity together.

May 27th-July 22nd

This program guides small business owners through the steps needed to scale their business. In addition to going through the Growth Academy eCourse, the cohort will meet with the instructor, via Zoom, for two hours of classroom time each week. This time will be used to brainstorm ideas, receive feedback, bring in guest experts, and build a community among the participants.

June 4th

Join us for the perfect balance to reset your body and mind while embracing your inner Risk Chick. Part adventure and part relaxation, create the kind of moments that spark joy and connect deeper with yourself.

3 Truths about Mental Health

Mental health problems are common, and support is needed.

  • In 2020, 1 in 5 American adults experienced a mental health issue, 1 in 6 young people experienced a major depressive episode, and 1 in 20 Americans lived with a serious mental illness.
  • Only 20% of adults received any mental health treatment, including professional counseling or therapy, in the past year.

Friends and loved ones can help and make a big difference for a person suffering with a mental health problem by:

  • Reaching out and letting them know you are available to help
  • Helping them access mental health services
  • Treating them with respect, as you would anyone else

Many mental illnesses can be prevented.

  • Prevention of mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders focuses on addressing known risk factors.
  • Promoting the social-emotional well-being of children and youth leads to higher overall productivity and better educational outcomes, lower crime rates, stronger economies, lower health care costs, and improved quality of life.

For mental health data, quizzes, tools, and resources: