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September 15–21

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Wellness Tools

Eight Dimensions of Wellness Poster

Eight Dimensions of Wellness Poster

This poster teaches about the Eight Dimensions of Wellness and how to incorporate them into recovery and life.

Top Three Ways to Promote Wellness Poster

Top Three Ways to Promote Wellness Poster

This poster describes the top three ways to incorporate wellness—living a healthy lifestyle, working with a primary care doctor in addition to a behavioral health provider, and asking questions.

Wellness Brochure for Consumers

Wellness Brochure for Consumers

This brochure arms people with information about wellness and its importance in overall health—physical and mental health—and how to incorporate the Eight Dimensions of Wellness into life and recovery.

Wellness Brochure for General Health Care Providers

Wellness Brochure for General Health Care Providers

This brochure encourages clinicians to provide consumer-centered care to people with mental and substance use disorders, including facts, descriptions for the Eight Dimensions of Wellness, and tips for working with a person's behavioral health care provider.

About the 10x10 Wellness Campaign Brochure

About the Wellness Campaign Brochure

This brochure describes the Wellness Campaign’s efforts to promote wellness for people with mental and substance use disorders with the goal of enhancing quality of life, and increasing life expectancy.

Join the Wellness Movement

Join the Wellness Movement: A Guide on Community Activation

This 8-page guide on community activation provides background information on the Wellness Initiative, along with information on how to build Wellness partnerships and promote Wellness year-round.

Bringing Wellness To...

Bringing Wellness To….A 25-Slide PowerPoint Presentation

The “Bringing Wellness To…” is a 25-slide PowerPoint template that organizations, behavioral health care providers, and primary care providers can use to educate consumer/survivor/peer audiences about wellness and the need to incorporate at least one dimension of wellness as part of their recovery.

Peer Recovery Fact Sheet

A Wellness Fact Sheet for Peers and Persons in Recovery

This fact sheet will promote the Wellness Initiative and help build an understanding among non-medical audiences (i.e., consumers/survivors/peers, and family/friends) that wellness is an essential part of recovery and leads to overall health—both physical and mental.

Providers Recovery Fact Sheet

A Wellness Fact Sheet for Providers and Organizations

This fact sheet seeks to build an understanding among influencers (i.e., consumer-led organizations, community-based organizations, behavioral health care providers, primary care providers) about their role in improving life expectancy for people with mental and substance use disorders.

Wellness Week Fact Sheet

A National Wellness Week General Fact Sheet

This National Wellness Week fact sheet seeks to build support among local consumer/survivor/peer organizations, health care providers, and community-based partners so that they can launch their support for people with mental and substance use disorders during National Wellness Week.

Wellness Week PSA

National Wellness Week PSA

This print ad focuses on National Wellness Week and leaves blank space for adding promotional community event details.

Eight Dimensions of Wellness PSA

Eight Dimensions of Wellness PSA

This print ad focuses on aspects of the Eight Dimensions of Wellness for year-round placement.

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