Learn how to practice culturally sensitive social work with minority populations.
Did you know that purposeful gratitude is great for your mind and body? To get you started, we’re getting the positive vibes rolling by sharing what we’re grateful for in our lives.
Do you have the mindset to weather this storm? It starts with the thoughts you water each day and the strength to press on during adversity.
What does it mean to be a hero? Learn about #YDIStrong and the true heroes who blossomed amidst this crisis.
If you’re feeling a sense of emotional exhaustion right now, you’re not alone. That tired feeling is an all to common experience for many of us.
The impact that mental health support services have on families is vast. Thank you to those who sacrifice so much to help Montana families in need.
What does it mean to be selfless during a pandemic? It’s not easy, but we all have a responsibility to protect the health of those around us.
The current decline in American mental health has real, tangible implications for both businesses and our nation as a whole. But, within each of us is the power to make a difference.
Are you struggling? Here are ten of our best quotes on trauma and grief.
We’re all experiencing trauma at the hands of this pandemic, not just from the virus itself, but also from its unintended consequences.
Learn more about men’s mental health and why we should all care about this pressing topic.
Learn about Jade’s foster care story and the struggles that so many kids in our system face.
The weight of childhood trauma sits heavily on our nation. Learn about it’s effects and how you can impact the future of our most vulnerable population.
With nearly 4,000 kids in foster care in Montana, the time is now to get involved. Learn more about how you can help a child in need!
Are you stuck in your routine? Learn what that resistance to change is all about so you can break free into a world of possibilities!
Men’s mental health is a silent crisis that’s building in the United States. They make up 75% of all deaths by suicide in our nation each year.
Trauma has a huge impact on us. Learn more about this important topic and how you can make a difference in the lives of vulnerable youth.
Our judgment of others can say a lot about us. Learn what that’s all about and the benefits of working towards being more open-minded.
Every child deserves a loving home. You can make a difference, become a foster parent.
Change is hard for everyone! Learn how to cope with it so that you can become the very best version of you!
Supporting those who are struggling can be hard. If this is something that doesn’t come naturally to you, have no fear! We have a few tips to help you out!
We’re truly grappling with uncertain times at the moment. Learn how to cope with that uncertainty so that you can be the very best version of yourself!
The University of Montana recently published a survey showing the true nature of the devastation in Montana left in the wake of this pandemic.
Learn more about the intimate link between trauma and ritualized compulsive comfort-seeking, aka addiction.
At any given time, roughly 3,000 kids will be in our state’s foster care system. A number that at one point had increased over 80% since I started my career in children’s services a little over seven years ago.
In order to celebrate the glorious mess that is motherhood, the true dedication of the women we love most, we’re sharing ten of the best motherhood letter boards that we could find.
Roughly 60 million Americans struggle with insomnia each year. Have no fear though, we have a few tips and tricks to help you sleep through the night better.
Jaeda’s story about her battle with depression and recovery is powerful. It’s a reminder to those who are struggling that you aren’t alone.
It’s important to recognize when kids are struggling so that we’re able to support them. Here are five signs that your child may be struggling with grief.
A recent survey by Cigna shows that over 50% Americans are lonely. In fact, a whopping 54% of those polled felt like there was no one in their lives that knew them intimately. The statistics are certainly shocking, but loneliness isn’t just a U.S. phenomenon.