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Look Around, Look Within

Where a person lives, as well as their economic stability and social connections, are part of what is called “social determinants of health.” The more these factors work in your favor the more likely you are to have better mental well-being. However, when it seems like the world is working against you, your mental health can suffer. While many parts of your environment can be out of your control, there are steps you can take to change your space and protect your well-being.

Learn about improving your mental health in these free articles provided by Mental Health America.

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