IT'S ALMOST HERE!!!!! ON OCTOBER 10TH, LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD!!!
SHARE NAMI AND SHARE OUR HOPE, MENTAL HEALTH 4 ALL!!!!
THIS YEAR WE ARE EACH WALKING PERHAPS NOT ALL IN THE SAME VENUE,
BUT STILL BROUGHT TOGETHER JOINED BY OUR CAUSE
NAMIWalks Your Way, 10/10/2020 MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER!!
NO MATTER HOW YOU CHOOSE TO PARTICIPATE THIS YEAR,
WHETHER YOU WALK, RUN, DANCE, DO YOGA, COOK OR SWIM PLEASE JOIN US!!
SB CRUISERS! THE OFFICIAL AFFILITATE TEAM OF NAMI SAN BERNARDINO AREA!!
WE WALK TO RAISE AWARENESS OF MENTAL HEALTH AND MENTAL ILLNESS.
WE WALK TO REDUCE THE STIGMA SURROUNDING MENTAL ILLNESS.
WE WALK TO SHARE OUR MESSAGE OF HOPE AND RECOVERY AND TO LET PEOPLE KNOW THAT "THERE IS NO HEALTH WITHOUT MENTAL HEALTH!"
WE NEED YOU!!!!!!!! YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
JOIN OUR TEAM SB CRUISERS, ORDONATE TO SUPPORT A FRIEND WHO IS WALKING
SHARE THE TEAM ON YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA AND TELL FRIENDS WHY YOU BELIEVE IN NAMI.
ALL FUNDS FROM THIS TEAM STAY RIGHT HERE IN OUR SAN BERNARDINO AREA TO SUPPORT OUR FREE EDUCATIONAL, SUPPORT AND OUTREACH PROGRAMS.
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All funds raised directly support the mission of NAMI to continue to provide free support, education, and advocacy to individuals and families, right here in our community. Check out our webpage NAMISB.ORG to read more about our Mission and what we do in our community: Redlands, Yuciapa, Loma Linda, Grand Terrace, San Bernardino, Colton, Rialto, Fontanta, and the San Bernardino Mountain Communities. Help US, Help our community!!!
Your support means a lot to me, our team, and the 46.6 million Americans who experience mental illness in a given year. WE NEED YOU!!!!
Approximately 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. (46.6 million) experiences mental illness in a given year.1
Approximately 1 in 25 adults in the U.S. (11.2 million) experiences a serious mental illness in a given year that substantially interferes with or limits one or more major life activities.2
Approximately 1 in 5 youth aged 13–18 (21.4%) experiences a severe mental disorder at some point during their life. For children aged 8–15, the estimate is 13%.3