During the pandemic, we faced isolation, turmoil and unrest, and a growing number of Americans experienced mental health symptoms. We learned through this experience that we all struggle during challenging times and need support and access to care to thrive. The National Alliance of Mental Illness’ Together for Mental Health campaign seeks to emphasize what we have all experienced — that mental health is an incredibly important part of overall health. Through this message, we are encouraging people to join together to advocate for better mental health care.
Join us at noon on Monday, October 4th for a panel discussion about mental illness, stigma, and advocacy. In reflection of personal stigma and biases we may hold about mental health, please consider taking NAMI's stigma survey.
Attend in-person (Student Union Room 260) or on Zoom!
A part of Student Wellness programming in acknowledgement of NAMI's Mental Illness Awareness Week.