Working for mental wellness

Staunton Farm Foundation, through collaboration, innovation and advocacy, is investing in a future where behavioral health is understood, supported, and accepted. Since the Foundation’s establishment in 1937, we continue to advance this mission; join us to spread the word of good work in our community.

Submit your nominations for the

Albert B. Craig Jr. Innovation in Behavioral Health Award

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Staunton Farm Foundation
Staunton Farm Foundation3 days ago
Life is busy and it's easy to overlook the importance of taking care of ourselves. However, self-care is fundamental to well-being and resilience.

Whether it's carving out time for relaxation, nourishing our bodies with healthy food, getting enough sleep, or engaging in activities that bring us joy, self-care looks different for everyone. It's about prioritizing mental, emotional, and physical health so that we can show up as our best selves for others and for the causes we're passionate about.

#StauntonFarmFoundation supports self-care and mental wellness everyday. Learn more at StauntonFarm.org. #WorkingForMentalWellness
Staunton Farm Foundation
Staunton Farm Foundation5 days ago
Taking care of your mental health also means taking care of your diet.

A balanced diet can decrease risk of depression and slow cognitive decline. Eating right can make a big difference in your day-to-day mental wellness, but it doesn’t replace therapy or medication. Always make sure to consult a trusted physician #WorkingForMentalWellness
Staunton Farm Foundation
Staunton Farm Foundation1 week ago
It’s time to submit your nominations for Staunton Farm Foundation’s Albert B. Craig Jr. Innovation in Behavioral Health Award!

The Albert B. Craig, Jr. Award recognizes people who have challenged society to think in fresh ways about problems and solutions in behavioral health. If you know someone who is forging new paths in mental wellness, celebrate their passion with a nomination.

Learn more about the guidelines and submit your nomination by April 19 at StauntonFarm.org/our-work/#craig-award. #WorkingForMentalWellness
Staunton Farm Foundation
Staunton Farm Foundation1 week ago
Breaking down the barriers and fighting the stigma surrounding mental health is crucial for building healthier, more compassionate communities. At Staunton Farm Foundation, we're committed to challenging misconceptions and creating spaces where individuals feel safe to seek help and support for their mental well-being.

Let's start a conversation. Let's share our stories, our struggles, and our triumphs. Together, we can dismantle stigma and pave the way for greater understanding, acceptance, and access to mental health resources for all. Join us at StauntonFarm.org. #WorkingForMentalWellness