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It’s a new day for mental health, and we’re going to seize it together — by participating in NAMIWalks Your Way 2022. 

Terry was 31 years old when he passed away a year ago in May. Upon his death, he was given a Buddhist name “Shaku Ho Shin” which means “heart and mind set free.” Although he was unable to complete, he participated in the Peer NAMI program which gave him some insight into his mental illness. Especially the last five years before his passing, he struggled against fluctuating mood, medication issues, unstable housing, and self-medication/substance use disorder. The latest study by NAMI states that “78% of participants with mood disorder are struggling to find the right treatment.” 
Terry said that the individuals with mental illness should be supported and not shunned. 

By donating to Team Terry and the 2022 NAMIWalks, you are supporting individuals and families affected by mental illness and promoting greater understanding of mental illness throughout our community.


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