This Mental Health Month,
NAMI DuPage is Spreading the Message:
You are Not Alone
This May, for Mental Health Month, NAMI DuPage is raising awareness and highlighting our services, so that no one experiencing a mental health condition should feel alone. More than 40 million people in the U.S. face the day-to-day reality of having a mental health condition. And now more than ever, in this time of anxiety and isolation, it is important for the mental health movement to come together.
#GivingTuesdayNow is a global day
of generosity and unity, a day to come
together and give back in response
to the unprecedented need caused
by COVID-19, no matter who
or where we are.
This year, NAMI’s You Are Not Alone campaign focuses on the power of connection for those affected by mental illness. Collectively, we can make a positive impact on the millions of people who are struggling and feeling particularly alone given the current situation of social isolation and physical distancing.
We’ve experienced an unprecedented effort to support one another through this time by staying connected remotely. This Mental Health Month, we endeavor to turn the tragic and life-changing circumstances of COVID-19 into a spotlight on the need for long-term improvements in our mental health care system, so no one feels alone and anyone can find the care they need to be well.
During Mental Health Month, and especially in times of uncertainty, the NAMI DuPage community is here to help and here for you. Please consider supporting NAMI DuPage during this time so that together, we can realize our shared vision of a nation where everyone affected by mental illness can get the support and help to live healthier, fulfilling lives – a nation where no one feels alone in their struggle.
NAMI DuPage is counting on you!