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Men more likely than women to drink excessively

Men are more likely than women to experience multiple negative outcomes due to excessive drinking.

LGBTQ youth, adults more likely to experience mental health concerns

It’s important to understand risk factors and how to connect with help for yourself or someone you care about.

Is burn out impacting your mental health?

Sometimes, every day life can feel overwhelming.

Self-care important for taking care of mental health

When you take the time to care for yourself now, you can increase future wellness for yourself and your loved ones.

Naloxone available for free to Iowans

Naloxone is a life-saving, non-addictive drug that can reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.

Gambling can cost you more than money.

Gambling disorder can lead to financial, emotional and social physical harm. Yet, many cases go undetected and untreated.

Recovery is possible.

September is National Recovery Month. Recovery is possible, regardless of what your situation and past experiences. Your Life Iowa is here to help.

How to ask someone about thoughts of suicide

Talking about suicide can be scary. Your Life Iowa can help you have that conversation with a loved one to help keep them safe.

Opioid misuse prevention day - Aug. 31

We encourage you to learn about opioid addiction and how you can take steps to keep yourself and your loved ones safe.

Make smart decisions about alcohol consumption in college

Making high-risk choices about alcohol can negatively impact your health, academics, relationships and more.