Advocacy Mondays are back again for 2021 May is Mental Health Month. This year, Mental Health America (MHA) is offering even more virtual opportunities for advocates to learn about the issues they care about most and take information to officials, community leaders, and loved ones. Each week in May, MHA will highlight different topics:
Week 1 (May 3 - 8) - COVID-19 Relief Funding and Workplace Mental Health
Week 2 (May 10 - 14) - Maternal and Perinatal Mental Health
Week 3 (May 17 - 21) - Crisis Services and Suicide Prevention
Week 4 (May 24 - 28) - Peer Support and Equity
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Pledge to Make a Difference
Awareness and education are critical parts of mental health advocacy - but one of the most important parts of advocacy is, well, the advocacy parts! There are a lot of actions that you can take to advance policies to increase access to mental health and substance use care during the month of May and we’ll help you walk through them.
Pledge to take action for Mental Health Month and help us move crucial legislation forward while the spotlight is on us.
Once you sign up, you’ll receive an action to take every Monday in May along with other action items and events we'll be hosting throughout the month.
Tune into our virtual meetings on Mondays at 2:00 pm ET with experts on the issues.
COVID-19 Relief Funding and Workplace
Perinatal Mental Health Issues Webinar
Facebook Live: Crisis Services and 988
2021 Virtual Hill Day Kickoff
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