May is Mental Health Awareness Month

We have 3 trainings, a film, a conference, a giving day, and a special mental health promotion with Smartmouth Brewery this month.  Take a look:

Three We All Have Mental Health programs for teens and parents or other adults. Click the date to register by Eventbrite.

Thursday, April 29 at 7:00pm  (Couldn’t wait!  We started the month early with this one!)

Saturday, May 1 at 3:00pm   hosted by Slover Library

Saturday,  May 29 at 3:00pm  hosted by Slover Library

Thinking about a program?  Contact us to talk about which one is right for your group. We want everyone to be able to recognize and respond to someone in danger of losing their life to suicide.

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Film and expert panel featuring Eric Peterson.  Conference with sessions for both community members and health professionals. Co-sponsored by CHKD, NAMI, The Chas Foundation, I Need a Lighthouse, The Barry Robinson Center, and EVMS.

is May 11.  It’s a day when we ask new supporters to donate online and help us win even more money, thanks to the Peninsula Community Foundation.  We are grateful to those who give to us in support of suicide prevention.  THANK YOU!  You make everything we do possible!  You are deeply appreciated, and we will make every dollar count as we promote good mental health and break down stigma.

On May 21, Smartmouth Brewery kicks off the Things We Don’t Say collaboration with a special event at both locations in Hampton Roads.  Join them as they craft conversations around mental health and kick stigma in the can! Proceeds from purchases of this beer will be donated to The Sarah Michelle Peterson Foundation.

May has FOUR Feel-Good Fridays, but our Self Care Calendar has SIX!  Here’s a whole month+ of ways to be good to yourself and take care of your mental and physical health.  Follow our social media for a reminder every Friday or download it here. Self Care Calendar