May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a time to recognize the importance of mental health and well-being. Psychological health is a vital part of the overall strength of someone, though it is often overlooked and stigmatized in our society. Mental Health Awareness Month aims to raise awareness, reduce stigma, and provide support for those who may be struggling with psychological issues. We, at Bio-One NW Indianapolis, believe in the motto: "Help First, Business Second". We change clients' lives every day. What may seem like an average job for us, is a huge step for a client to take no matter the situation. Our quick response and quick project completion turnover are life-changing; sometimes as little as a week!
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, approximately one in five adults in the United States experience psychological illness in a given year. Mental illness can take many forms, including anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), among others. It can affect anyone regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, or socioeconomic status.
Mental Health Awareness Month provides an opportunity to educate ourselves and others about the illness, and to take action to support those who may be struggling. Here are some ways that you can get involved:
Bio-One NW Indianapolis specializes not only in the technical aspect of cleaning, disinfecting, and disinfecting, but also helping our clients along the way. Our owner, Dr. Richard Weinblatt, a retired police chief, has 40+ experience and knows firsthand how helping people solve their problems can change lives.
Mental Health Awareness Month is an important reminder that it is just as crucial as physical well-being. By raising awareness, reducing the silence, and providing support, we can help those who are struggling with issues to get the help they need and deserve.
If you have any questions you can reach out to us at any time. We are always here to help.
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At Bio-One NW Indianapolis, we understand the importance of efficient communication in emergency situations and recognize the critical service provided by 911 operators. This week, we honor 911 operators for their service during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week.
911 operators are on the front lines, answering calls and providing critical information to emergency responders. They play a crucial role as the first point of contact for individuals in crisis, and their ability to remain calm and composed is essential. We work closely with 911 operators and officers to coordinate our response to biohazard and trauma cleanup situations, and their ability to gather critical information and provide guidance is essential to any emergency response effort.
We extend our thanks and appreciation to all of the 911 operators who serve our communities. Your dedication and hard work inspire us all. Take a moment this week to recognize the important work of our 911 operators. Thank them for their service and let them know that their efforts do not go unnoticed.
To learn more about National Public Safety Telecommunicator's week please visit their website: https://www.npstw.org/
At Bio-One we believe in the motto Help First, Business Second, and Valentine's Day is the perfect time to show that we mean it. Each year we spread kindness and say thank you to community partners, such as police departments, victim advocates and apartment communities.
And when it comes to showing appreciation, nobody in our industry does it better than Bio-One. Here are a few ways we celebrated Valentine's Day in 2021.
We are giving away our Bio-One bears to our apartment community managers and a few referral partners we have connected with to show our love and appreciation for trusting us to take care of their clients and get the job done right!
- Armand and Michele, BioOneOceanside.com
We made up small boxes with chocolates, hand disinfectr, pens and business cards and brought them to local victim advocates, police dispatchers, housing managers and other partners as a thank you for everything they do on a daily basis and to show the brighter side of Bio-One.
- Victor and Courtney, BioOneAtlanticCity.com
Our team spread some Valentines love to our local Sheriffs Department and victim advocate team! We appreciate all they do!
- John and Jen, BioOneCharlotte.com
Each basket has 10 packs of popcorn, 20 packs of fun dip, and heart shaped suckers, along with rack cards. We gave these baskets to police department's, victim’s advocates, and coroners.
- Jonathan and Samantha, BioOneDayton.com
Showing some appreciation to those who keep us safe! We made grab 'n go snack baskets for police offices and substations.
- Ginger and Jamie, BioOneDuvalCounty.com