Get a jumpstart on your Mental Health Month plans this May with new resources from NMHA. This
year’s theme, “MIND Your Health,” focuses on the mind/body connection and mental health in the
workplace, and features brand new materials packed with cutting-edge research.
Here’s a quick preview of what some NMHA affiliates are organizing this year:
- The MHA of Middle Tennessee will host a huge “Kid’s Day” at a local zoo for 3,000 local children,
to educate them about mental health and related issues.
- Among other activities, the MHA of the
District of Columbia has joined with the Older Women’s League to conduct depression
screenings for older adults as a part of Older
Americans’ Mental Health Week (May 22-28).
- The MHA of Northern Kentucky will hold a series of luncheons with local businesses to educate workers about the importance of
Be sure to take advantage of free Mental Health Month
materials you can use in your campaign by visiting http://www.nmha.org/may.To
order our new Mind Your Health Workplace Organizer Kit—which contains a PowerPoint
presentation and everything you need to
launch a workplace campaign—visit NMHA’s Online Bookstore at www.nmha.org/store.