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Yes, we have a ways to go, but there are definitely reasons to celebrate May as Mental Health Month! The more awareness we raise and the more we fight stigma the more people will get the help they need. Throughout April and May CMWN is going to feature stories of recovery from real people who have conquered their challenges and are doing things to give back!


In the meantime… check out a quick article on some things we can share with ours in May…

May is Mental Health Month



May is National Mental Health Awareness Month

Amanda Kearney-Smith

I founded the Network as the Executive Director in 2011 and, before that, I was a program director at Mental Health Colorado. My educational background is in Developmental Psychology, but living with bipolar disorder has drawn me to this work. I'm most passionate about protecting the civil rights and dignity of others. In my free time, I love reading, practicing yoga, and spending time with my family here and in Illinois.

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