Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Mental Health Awareness for Minorities

Everybody knows someone who is struggling with pressures to adapt to whatever situation or change in their lives, and is showing symptoms of

DEPRESSION, ANXIETY, SUBSTANCE USE, POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER, PANIC ATTACKS….  BECAUSE OF
 bereavement, immigration, torture, war, lack of opportunities, discrimination, domestic violence, any type of abuse, alcohol and other substance use.

Come to help raise awareness at a PICNIC celebrationTUESDAY JULY 16 @ 6-8PM – ROSE PARK 1000 N. 1105 W.
Join us for dinner, proclamation reading, press-conference, a great chance to meet people of many cultures and….

A FLASH MOB! …DON'T THINK TOO MUCH ABOUT IT...YOU MAY MISS IT!!!

Check us out on Facebook: Nami Utah”“Minority mental health awareness month”, and “Nami Latino de Utah” pages. Information on 4 languages and up-dates on activities.

Jacqueline T. Gómez-Arias
Programs Coordinator
National Alliance on Mental Illness-Utah
1600 West 2200 South, Suite 202
West Valley City, Utah 84119

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