For Mental Health Month in May and throughout the year, Magellan Healthcare is committed to increasing awareness about mental health, wellness, and the importance of recognizing and addressing concerns. We encourage you to use the free resources and information on this page and share with family, friends and colleagues.
Magellan also recognizes the following May observances:
- Borderline Personality Disorder Awareness Month
- National Foster Care Month
- National Maternal Depression Awareness Month
- Women’s Health Month
- Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week, May 2-8
- National Prevention Week, May 9-15
- National Women’s Health Week, May 9-15
- Mental Health Awareness Week, May 18-24
- National Mental Health Counseling Week, TBA
- National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day, May 7
Mental Health Month Events
Magellan Healthcare Stay Home for MY LIFE virtual youth fest
April 22, May 27 and the 4th Thursday of every month, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. ET
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Magellan Healthcare launched the Stay Home for MY LIFE virtual youth fest series, featuring inspirational speakers, uplifting entertainment, fun activities and more, for youth and young adults who have experience with mental health, substance use, juvenile justice and foster-care-related issues, as well as professionals and caregivers across the country. Access previous event recordings
Magellan Healthcare webinar, How are your kids doing?
May 5, 2:00 p.m. ET
For Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week, we invite you to join our webinar as Magellan’s Dr. Keith Brown, MD, child psychiatrist and medical director, and Greg Dicharry, CPRP, youth empowerment director, share their knowledge and years of experience working with children to improve mental health and wellness, and answer audience questions.
Stamp Out Stigma Twitter chats, May Mental Health Month
Thursdays in May, 1:00 – 2:00 p.m. ET
Join Stamp Out Stigma’s Twitter chats, focusing on suicide prevention, BIPOC mental health, LGBTQ+ mental health, and a combined chat with Magellan co-host, Dr. Varun Choudhary, chief medical officer, behavioral health. Follow @StampStigma and use #SOSChat to join the conversation and participate. The combined chat on May 27th will use the hashtag #MHMChat.
Idaho Federation of Families family education conference, Yes You CAN(S)!, sponsored by Magellan Healthcare
May 5-8, 2021
Magellan is proud to sponsor this first annual parent and youth education spring conference, focused on the CANS tool and developing effective plans of care for youth accessing mental healthcare in Idaho. During this virtual event, speakers will help parents, providers and youth understand the variety of options available throughout the mental health journey.
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