Mental Health Matters Day is a day dedicated to raising awareness about mental illness and showing that mental health is important to everyone.
The dynamic speaking program will feature a keynote address from Senate pro tem Darrell Steinberg, inspiring words from pioneers of the mental health movement and new perspectives on eliminating stigma from youth leaders.
The day’s events will consist of an Each Mind Matters walk on Capitol Mall, ending at Raley Field where the Sacramento River Cats will play the Mental Health Matters High School Day baseball game. The entire day’s events will wrap up with the Directing Change Award Ceremony described above. Mental Health Matters Day attendees will also enjoy interactive exhibits, live entertainment and food!
When: May 13th, 2014
Time: 10:30am- 12:30pm
Where: South Lawn, Capitol Building, Sacramento, CA
For more information on Mental Health Matters Day email firstname.lastname@example.org, visit the EachMindMatters.org website, or telephone, 916-389-2625.
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