Posted May 28, 2021 by Jonathan Clemente
Enduring the pandemic over the last year or so has been a challenging time for many of us. Regardless of whether you have been formally diagnosed with a mental health condition, we all need to look out for our mental health. Below are a few suggestions I have found helpful to my personal well-being that you may find useful as well.
Avoid isolation, seek out community: Having a community of people to lean on for support has helped my mental health. Living life with a mental health condition is not easy, and it helps me to have others that I engage... read more
Posted May 21, 2021 by Jonathan Clemente
As a peer support specialist with lived experience, I know that being diagnosed with a mental illness can be scary, overwhelming and confusing—especially in our society, where having a mental illness was historically viewed as... read more
Posted May 06, 2021
Just a few weeks ago, Catholic Charities celebrated its annual Volunteer Appreciation, honoring the organization's exceptional volunteers.
Several individuals and groups were recognized, from a husband and wife who have volunteered at St. Philip Neri Family... read more
Posted March 26, 2021
Earlier this year, Catholic Charities, Diocese of Cleveland named Terrance Ray as the new director of the Marketing and Communication Department. This appointment comes after the departure of Bethany Ream, who served as director since... read more
Posted March 24, 2021 by Maria Torres
Sharon Kuntz, a full-time therapist with our Outpatient Mental Health program (located in the Covenant Center), began her journey with Catholic Charities on March 22, 1976 — 45 years ago.
This special contribution by Clinical Supervisor... read more