All Help@Home members enjoy high-quality work performed by trained professionals, emergency assistance, and unlimited appointments scheduled in two-hour increments.
Processing the trauma caused by COVID-19 is bringing increased awareness to the importance of mental health care. In the past year, JFS has seen a 50 percent increase in the number of counseling sessions. We have responded by providing more resources and information with a focus on preventive initiatives.
During May - Mental Health Awareness Month - we will be celebrating each week by distributing wellness videos and articles and hosting community discussions. Check out our schedule of events at Mental Heath Awareness Month and find resources at our new wellness video library: Well Focused.
JFS is here to ensure individuals and families can safely access resources and services needed during time of crisis and to help meet the challenges of daily life. We assist people from all walks of life, regardless of religion.
If you need assistance, call JFS Navigator at 913-327-8250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. All services are by appointment.
How to Stop Catastrophizing
As humans, we sometimes find ourselves ruminating over the worst possible scenarios. This is a normal process as our brains are wired to anticipate danger; however, perhaps with a bit of awareness, we can learn to spend a bit less time worrying over worst and more time being in the present moment.