As social beings, we all need to be connected to other people. Our overall well-being depends on the relationships that we form, not just intimate relationships, but as well as relationships with other people in the community, including neighbors, colleagues, or interest groups. For individuals with mental health problems, feeling connected to their community can be challenging, particularly if they have experienced social isolation or discrimination.
At Joynell A Vision of Health and Wellness, Inc., we offer Community Inclusion services that help individuals overcome limitations and barriers to participating in and enjoying the world around them. We help with activities such as:
- Recreational Activities
- Educational Opportunities
- Cultural Activities
- Socialization Activities
- Community-Based Employment
- Reconnecting with Family and Friends
- Joining Social Movements
- And more
You Are Not Alone
Don’t let your illness or the opinions of others prevent you from participating in your community and living a fulfilled life. If you need help, contact us at 216-242-2990 ext. 512 or set an appointment at your earliest convenience.
If you or a loved one are experiencing thoughts of suicide or a mental health medical emergency, call 911 immediately. If you need someone to talk to, you can contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or visit suicidehotlines.com/ohio.html for more resources in Ohio.