Monthly Food Donations Welcomed

Adventist services 2015Each month, the peers at Perry Wellness Center look forward to seeing a special delivery truck pull into the driveway. It marks the monthly delivery of food from the Adventist Community Services of South Georgia. As part of the non-profit organization’s Food Bags for the Elderly and Mentally Challenged program, individuals and groups in 15 South Georgia counties receive free food deliveries every month.

Co-executive directors Hew and Carolyn Lipscomb note that over 1620 food bags are delivered each month, in a route that covers a total of more than 900 miles. When the truck arrives at Perry Wellness Center, peers eagerly help unload the truck and bag the non-perishable foods that are delivered. Peers can then take home individual bags of food.

“It is fun to get other peers together to help unload and bag the food from these good people,” peer leader Rhonda Hubbard notes. In the photo above, Rhonda, left, along with Carlton Tooks and Willie Pryor assist Hew and Carolyn Lipscomb during their monthly food delivery.

Individuals wishing to make donations to Adventist Community Services of South Georgia can visit its website, or email

A Time for Remembrance

usa-memorial-day-background 23-2147508582We hope everyone is having a safe and enjoyable Memorial Day weekend. As you grill burgers, hit the beach, or visit with relatives, please take time to remember the servicemen and women for whom this day was established.

At Perry Wellness Center, we want to honor the memories of those who lost their lives in service to our country, but also speak out for the needs of thousands of veterans who are living today with mental health issues because of their own service.

Of the more than 23 million veterans in the U.S. today and 2.2 active duty service members, a large percentage experience one or more behavioral health problems. Consider these facts:

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Team Sports Competition Warming Up

Team sportsWarmer spring weather has led to an increase in outdoor sports activities at Perry Wellness Center. Of course, the thermometer is never too high or low to discourage peers and staff from sports and exercise. Whether tennis, running, walking, weight-lifting, or team sports like basketball and volleyball, vigorous physical activity is a centerpiece of peers’ recovery plans.

“This exercise is vital for the total WHAM (Whole Health Action Management) program here at Perry Wellness Center,” explains Noah Cochran, whole health and wellness coordinator and director of groups at the center. “I love to play with these teams and exercise as I learn and demonstrate sports fundamentals.”

Team sports are a particular favorite, as they promote team cooperation as well as friendly competition. As with all sports and exercise, they can also increase physical and emotional resilience, reduce stress, and improve overall health.

In the photo above, Noah Cochran, at front left in blue shirt, coaches teams in a lively basketball competition.

Southland Academy Donates 5000 Pop Tops to PWC

Southland donationWe’ve told you before about peer Kaylon Holt’s pop top donation campaign on behalf of the Ronald McDonald House in Columbus. Donated pop tops are sold for recycling and the proceeds used to support the efforts of the program for families of seriously ill children.

We’re glad to know that folks have been listening, including the administration, faculty, and students of Southland. Last month, Perry Wellness Center received a special donation from Southland Academy. Five bags, containing a total of 5,000 pop tops, were delivered to our center. As a graduate of Southland Academy, Stuart Perry was almost as excited as Kaylon to see the large donation.

“It is great to have everyone in Southwest Georgia become more aware of Kaylon’s project,” Stuart noted. “This effort is a win-win for Kaylon, Perry Wellness Center, and Ronald McDonald House – and for everyone who is joining to help Kaylon with his goal.”

The current count for the number of pop tops Kaylon and his supporters have collected: 250,000!

Kaylon recently visited Southland Academy to personally deliver his thanks, along with a collection bottle to be placed on campus. While there, Kaylon was assured of “more pop tops to come.”

In the photo above, Kaylon Holt, left, greets Ty Kinslow, Southland headmaster, along with students Sydney Joiner and Holden Kinney.

Risk Factors for Mental Illness

Mental health month 2015

Just a reminder that May is Mental Health Month. In an effort to increase public awareness about mental illness and to promote good mental health, behavioral health organizations nationwide are celebrating Mental Health Month.

Today, we want to take a look at the risk factors that can influence the development of a mental disorder. For centuries, it was thought that mental illness was the result of demon possession or willful behaviors. Today we understand that mental illness can be caused by a variety of factors, from genetics to environmental stressors.

Understanding the risk factors that contribute to mental illness can help us be more aware of our own potential risks, or that of loved ones, and to better recognize warning signs when they occur.

Following are major risk factors for mental illness, as compiled by Mental Health America:


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