Each May, the National Council for Mental Wellbeing joins a national movement to bring attention to mental health during Mental Health Awareness Month (MHAM). To help you recognize this important observance and support those who may be experiencing a mental health or substance use challenge, as well as those in recovery, visit our MHAM directory and take advantage of the following resources:
Boost Your Knowledge Base
Want to stay informed on the mental health front? Looking for content to share with others? Explore these resources as you recognize Mental Health Awareness Month:
Get Involved Today
There’s a lot you can do this Mental Health Awareness Month to show your support and help others. Here are a few opportunities for consideration:
Make Your Voice Heard
Mental Health Awareness Month is also an opportunity to raise your voice for health care legislation that could save lives, strengthen communities and move our field forward:
This May – and throughout the year – let’s continue to work together to bring awareness to mental health and substance use challenges. The louder our voice, the bigger our impact.
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