Everyone has to deal with stressful times. Sometimes dealing with hard times can cause you to feel down. REJOICE is a research study that wants to find out the best way to help people (1) recognize when they are feeling down and (2) learn skills that will help them deal with their mood.
Watch the video below to learn more about how REJOICE can benefit you.
If you are a generally healthy African American age 18 or older with no serious memory problems and no substance abuse, and you live in one of the targeted counties, then REJOICE needs YOU to be a part of this research project.
Meet Our Team
Dr. Tiffany Haynes and Dr. Karen Yeary are the Principal Investigators for this project. Drs. Haynes and Yeary are responsible for the project and can answer any questions about the project. You can contact Dr. Haynes at firstname.lastname@example.org and Dr. Yeary at email@example.com
Ellen is our project coordinator. She can help answer all your REJOICE questions. If you have any questions you may contact her by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 501-526-6676.
Pastor Johnny Smith is the community PI for the Southern Region. He can help answer all REJOICE questions, help get your church registered for REJOICE, and he can help you find a location to attend REJOICE in the Southern half of the Delta. You can reach Pastor Smith at 870-718-5346.
Anna Huff-Davis is the community coordinator for the project. She can help answer all REJOICE questions, help get your church registered for REJOICE, or she can help you find a location to attend REJOICE. You can reach Anna at 501-837-9573.
Are you concerned that you or someone you know is experiencing a mental health problem? For more information about the signs and symptoms of mental health concerns visit:
- Mental Health Basics
- Mental Health 101
- American Psychological Association
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
Thinking about seeing a mental health professional, visit the following for information about preparing for your first therapy visit