May is Mental Health Awareness Month

On Saturday, May 11th a group from Fourth Universalist walked across the Brooklyn Bridge to support National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).

NAMI provides free programs to people living with mental illness and their families, and advocates in State legislatures and on Capitol Hill for positive mental health policy reform.

The UUA recognized Mental Health Awareness month with the article, “Spiritual Practices for Mental Health.” The article says offers several practices to help with mental health, and a wealth of other resources. The article can be found here.

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