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MH Update – 5/7/18 – WBUR: He Wants To Encourage People To Talk About Mental Illness. So He Talks About His Son

A terrific article about hope, support and a parents’ love. Thanks to
MHANYS Board Member Jamie Papapetros for sharing

He Wants To Encourage People To Talk About Mental Illness. So He Talks
About His Son

May 07, 2018

Deborah Becker <www.wbur.org/inside/staff/deborah-becker>

A former New Hampshire Supreme Court chief justice is visiting schools in
New England to talk about the darkest […]

MH Update – 5/4/18 – MHANYS Billboards in the Capital District

In celebration of May as Mental Health Awareness month MHANYS is excited
to share our 4 billboard locations at these intersections in the Albany
area:

– CONSAUL RD., JCT. & KABALIAN DR.

– WESTERN AVE. in WATERVLIET

– WATERVLIET AVE. & 3RD. ST.

– WASHINGTON AVE. & HENRY JOHNSON BLV.

Thank you to real life and Albany Broadcasting for their support […]

MH Update – 5/4/18 – NFL, union to host symposium on mental health on May 14

As we keep saying, there is a sea change going on regarding public
awareness in mental health. Consistent acknowledgement of the importance
of mental health by the NFL is another huge step forward in this cultural
shift.

NFL, union to host symposium on mental health on May 14

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Thursday, May 3, 2018, 1:02 PM

ATLANTA (AP) — The NFL […]

MH Update – 5/1/18 – NBA Players Speak Out Against Stigma of Mental Illness

There are few more powerful bastions of stigma than the world of
professional sports where to show a weakness is akin to waiving a white
flag. So when you have NBA stars speak out about their own mental health
challenges, it is incredibly powerful. We applaud DeMar DeRozan and Kevin
Love for speaking out. The […]