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Behavioral health experts urge San Diegans to check their mental well-being


Last updated 5/11/2022 at 6:12pm

Mental Health Matters Month kicks off with a walk. Village News/Courtesy photo

José A. Álvarez

County of San Diego Communications Office

Mental health has a powerful influence on people's quality of life. Experts say it affects how people feel about themselves, how they handle stress, make choices and relate to others. San Diegans' mental health should be as important as their physical but, too often, it gets overlooked or ignored.

May is Mental Health Matters Month and county behavioral health officials say there's no better time than now to take stock of your mental health and the mental well-being of those you care about.

Throughout May, the County and its ma...

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