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ASPEN STRONG PROVIDER SPOTLIGHT: ASPEN HOPE CENTER

Suicide prevention means different things to different people… To some it is a class you can take, to others it means entering counseling or maybe raising awareness about mental health and spreading the word through marketing. To the Hope Center, it is all of these things and more. The Hope Center offers suicide awareness educational

Lets Talk Turkey

Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season, and with the holidays comes food, food, food. With all the pies, gravy, and mashed potatoes around, making healthy eating choices can be extra challenging. On top of this temptation is the social pressure to indulge and the mentality, “Holiday calories don’t count, right?” (Unfortunately, they do.)

ASPEN STRONG ON ASPEN PUBLIC RADIO…

FOUNDER, Christina King shares her story…. If you have not gotten a chance to listen to Aspen Strong’s 30 minute cross currants talk please do. http://aspenpublicradio.org/post/cross-currents-aspen-strong. Learn how Aspen Strong is helping our community to improve language around mental health, how we are connecting community members to support, how we are helping businesses in our valley to include

Establish a “Settling” Routine

Going to bed is not just something that you do after a long day. It is also something that rests you, refreshes you, sets the tone for the following day, and has a major impact on your physical and mental health. Despite the importance of getting a good night’s slumber, millions of Americans have failed

Introducing Emily Supino, LPC

ASPEN STRONG ANNOUNCES THE HIRING OF EMILY SUPINO LPC, AS OPERATIONAL DIRECTOR. The Aspen Strong director and board have worked passionately and effortlessly since 2014 to promote mental hygiene in the Roaring Fork Valley through online mental health screenings and, also, to centralize the valley’s mental health services through their Provider Directory and Support Calendar. Their

October is National Depression Awareness Month

October is National Depression Awareness Month. One of the more common misconceptions about depression is that depressed people are simply very, very sad. Consequently, people suffering from depression are often told to “cheer up” or “try to think positively” as if that will make their symptoms disappear. The truth is that depression runs much deeper