We are active participants in our community, as mental health advocates.; benefiting our community by volunteering for needed services, feeding the homeless, bringing joy to underprivileged children and teens, reaching out to agencies, offering our support and sharing our story at specialized events, making it a better world by teaching that words hurt and kindness can make a huge impact on someone’s life who is struggling.
We are not alone on this journey called life.
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Mishara, B.L., & Chagnon, F. (2016). Why Mental Illness is a Risk Factor for Suicide: Implications for Suicide Prevention. In J. Pirkis & R.C. O’Connor. (Eds.), The International Handbook of Suicide Prevention (pp. 594-608). Retrieved from https://ebookcentral-proquest-com.lopes.idm.oclc.org/lib/gcu/reader.action?docID=4690025