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 January 2021 - New Year New You!


Do we perceive time differently during the pandemic? Find meaning in each day.

If you know someone that made it through the holidays but is now struggling – here is a list of crisis resources.


Making a change is not easy. In fact, 60 percent of people who achieve their New Year's resolutions flop once-or more-before succeeding.

Being physically active can make a difference in both your MENTAL health as well as your physical health.


                        Coping and Caring over the Holidays
December 3

How Technology can help us during the Holidays


Stress Awareness Month
Veterans Day/ Veterans Mental Health Issues
Survivor's of Suicide Loss Event
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November 30th
Create a culture of kindness in the workplace

November 28th
Holiday Stress

November 25th
Practice gratitude when stressed

November 24th
Caregiver Burnout

November 23rd
Ways to cope with the stress of Coronavirus and daily life

November 6
Work place stress

November 5
Take a virtual tour of the Pawnee Crisis Stabilization Unit

November 2
learn more about the pressures of  stress



                                     Depression Awareness Month
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October 30, 2020
ADHD and other mental health issues
Oct 29, 2020
Adult Bullying

Oct 28, 2020
The Impact of Bullying

Oct 27, 2020
You are not Alone – Celebrities speak out about bullying

Oct 26, 2020
Diagnosing ADHD in girls

Oct 23, 2020
Learn how an ADHD diagnosis is determined

October 22, 2020
Breast Cancer’s long term effects

October 21, 2020
Breast cancer and Depression

October 20, 2020
Children and depression during COVID=19

October 16, 2020
Depression Pressures & Expectations

October 15, 2020
Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation

October 13, 2020
Helping parents understand that OCD is like a bully

October 12, 2020
Oct 11-17 is OCD Awareness Month
Native and Indigenous Peoples Mental Health information

October 9, 2020

It is clear that greater movement and action needs to be seen within countries to increase access to mental health for all.

Oct 5, 2020
What is Mental Strength?

Oct 2, 2020

The physical effects of depression are very real –
often missed – or misunderstood.

Oct 1, 2020
Over 70% of youth with major depression
are still in need of  treatment


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September 3
Learn more about teens and addiction

September 4
There are voices for recovery in Pawnee's 10 county coverage area
Begin learning about Pawnee here on our website
 and share it with others

September 7
Learn more about Recovery month

September 8
Details on COVID-19 affects on teens and substance use

September 9










September 10
Find what you were made for. We want you to stay.

September 11 
Mental Heath Across American Data

September  14
Learn more statistics
September 15
How to talk to someone with an addiction


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August 12
Learn about back to school resources
for families and educators

August 13
Back to school anxiety

August 14
Discussing what’s coming  with schools reopening can help teenagers feel more prepared and increase the odds of smart, safe behavior when the time comes.
August 15

College Students Mental Health in a Pandemic
August 16

Ever just want to hit the PAUSE button for your day?

Pausing to practice mindfulness for just a few minutes at different times during the day can help.
August 17

Classes at Pawnee Mental Health

Aug 18
Kansas Kidlink -Children’s Mental Health Initiative
Additional services for children in Kansas
Aug 19
Learn more about the 
State of Mental Health for Youth in America
August 24

Grants to Pawnee enable 30 therapists to receive intensive training in 
Trauma Focused: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
August 25
Trauma guide by age for children and 
trauma for children from severe weather

Aug 26 –
Ongoing exposure to neglect, abuse, homelessness or violence causes learning and behavior problems in children. Signs of trauma and tips for helping kids who've been traumatized.
Aug 27 –

Racial trauma in the classroom

Aug 28 –
long term affects of untreated trauma for minority children,stress%20can%20shorten%20your%20life.
Aug 31–
Learn more about the state of mental health in America

Pawnee is dedicated to providing outstanding service to our clients.  If you would like to make a comment, complaint or compliment on any of the services you received from Pawnee Mental Health Services please contact our Quality Director at (785) 587-4300.

Pawnee está dedicado a proveer servicios espectaculares a nuestros clientes. Si se le gustaría hacer un comento, queja, o complemento sobre cualquier servicio que recibió de Pawnee Mental Health Services, favor de contactar a nuestra directora de calidad a (785) 587-4300.

Non-Discrimination Statement:

Pawnee Mental Health Services does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, or any other status or condition protected by law.

Declaración de no discriminación:

Pawnee Mental Health Services no se discrimina a ninguna persona por motivos de raza, religión, color, genero, orientación sexual, edad, origen nacional, discapacidad, o cualquier estatus o condición protegido por el ley.


Ability to Pay Policy:

It is our policy to provide essential services regardless of the patient’s ability to pay.

Discounts are available to individuals without health insurance and are offered based upon poverty federal guidelines.


Principio de capacidad de pagar:

Es nuestra política proveer servicios esenciales a pesar de la capacidad del cliente a pagar. Descuentos están disponibles para individuos sin seguro médico y están ofrecidos basado en pautas de pobreza federales.