Working with supporters to deliver vital mental health education and screenings to organizations worldwide.
October 5, 2017
National Depression Screening Day
February 26-March 4, 2017
National Eating Disorder Awareness Week
April 6, 2017
National Alcohol Screening Day
Our National Screening initiatives provide opportunities for sponsorship as a way to support mental health awareness campaigns, reach key audiences, and increase your organization’s visibility.
Become a Sponsor – To learn more about the benefits associated with sponsorship opportunities, please contact Kristen Lynch at email@example.com or call 781-239-0071.
Partner with Us – Our partners work with us to advance our mission of providing innovative mental health and substance abuse resources, linking those in need to quality treatment options.
We invite your organization to partner with us and support our mission. There are numerous partnership opportunities available. To find out more, please contact Kristen Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 781-239-0071.
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Together, we can reduce mental health stigma
We want to change the way mental health is viewed and treated and know, with your help, we will succeed. Your support allows us to continue to educate, raise awareness, and reduce stigma around common mental health disorders and suicide. Our screening programs have reached half a million people each year since we pioneered the concept of large-scale mental health screenings for the public in 1991. We know there are more to reach.Donate Now
The part can never be well unless the whole is well.– Plato