The Serenity Study is looking for volunteers ages 21 to 70 who may be interested in learning ways to better manage stress, or lower their blood pressure.
The Serenity Study is a joint project between Kent State University and University Hospitals Connor Integrative Health Network. Stress management classes are eight weeks long and offered at no cost to participants. The participants of the study may receive compensation for their time at study visits. If you are interested and would like to find out if you are eligible tiy can reach out in the following ways:
Healthy Cleveland’s Behavioral Health Committee is working towards establishing public awareness and knowledge to promote understanding and acceptance of behavioral health concepts and increase the utilization of behavioral health resources here in Cleveland. If you are interested in learning more about behavioral health, reducing stigma, or would like more information of service providers who can help you with your mental health needs,check out the committee’s page on the Healthy Cleveland Website.