Move for Mental Health
MOVEMENT MAKES YOU FEEL BETTER!
Physical activity has an immediate positive impact on the brain, reducing stress and anxiety while improving focus and mood and has been shown to reduce the severity of depression and other mental illness. If you're feeling overwhelmed, sad, irritated or anxious -- move for mental health!
Below are FREE programs, resources and tools to help you increase physical activity and
support your overall well-being.
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Healthy Communities Partnership of Greater Franklin County
Provides variety of FREE youth and family supports including youth drug & alcohol prevention, student assistance program, strengthening families, go girls go, etc.
Franklin County Behavioral Health Providers Map
This resource provides information about mental health providers, youth / adolescent specialties, and drug and alcohol providers located in or near Franklin County.
Regular physical activity is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Being active benefits your mind and body. Explore this website to get tips and tools to start reaching personal goals, learn how to overcome common barriers, and find resources to help your community get moving.
Mental Health America - Workplace Mental Health Toolkit
MHA is the nation’s leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and promoting the overall mental health of all. With the support of Walgreens, MHA has created an easy-tofollow toolkit for all levels of the work environment.
GO (Get Outdoors) Franklin
Get Outdoors (GO) Franklin! is a summer-long physical activity initiative, conducted in partnership with Franklin County Libraries, that encourages children and families to visit parks and trails in and around Franklin County, PA. Program starts June 1st, 2023!
Promote Physical Activity in the Workplace
As an employer, you can help improve the health of your employees and create healthier communities by promoting physical activity in your workplace and surrounding community.
Need Help Now?
Are you in crisis now? Call or text 988 or go to your local Emergency
Room or call 911 as soon as possible. You can also call Keystone Health Crisis Intervention 24/7
at 717-264-2555 or 866-918-2555 or the Mental Health Association of Franklin/Fulton Counties at
717-264-2916 or for 24/7 access at 1-800-662-HELP.