Mental Health Awareness Month – Community Meet and Greet May 26th, 2016

Awareness: *1 in 5 Americans will be affected by a mental health condition in their lifetime and every American is effected through their friends and family and can do something to help others.

*People experience the symptoms of mental illness differently, and sharing how it really feels-throughout all stages of illness –can help others to understand if what they are going through may be a symptom of a mental health problem.

The Event: Vision Behavioral Health Services will be hosting a community meet and greet event for all individuals, families, groups/organizations, local and state agencies organizers to come and share their services for all to share/gain more knowledge, and awareness of service that are available for individuals, families and community.

Where: 104 N. Main Street, Suite 200, Louisburg, NC 27549

When: May 26, 2016 from 8am to 11am

RSVP: Please RSVP to Jerome Brown via email: or call Vison Behavioral Health Services office: 919-496-7781, Ext. 110
Display Booth: Bring a table to display your services(brochures, handouts, etc.) Space and limited tables will be available. You can bring your own.

ART CONTEST: There will be an art contest for Elementary and Middle School age kids. PLEASE SEE THE ATTACHMENTS FOR THE CONTEST THEME: “What does Mental Illness Feels Like” – RULES AND GUIDELINES(or visit our website and click on “Resources” to get the in formation at: *REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED* Sponsored in partnership with Cardinal Innovations Healthcare (Located at: 134 S. Garnett Street, Henderson, NC 27536)

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