Rotary Action Group: Mental Health Initiatives Jun 28, 2024, 05:00 PM Hawaii

Rotary Action Group: Mental Health Initiatives

Jun 28, 2024, 05:00 PM Hawaii


The attachment shows our International “Don’t Bottle It Up” campaign for reducing stigma about mental health

The 2024 Oʻahu OOTD Community Walk will take place on Saturday, September 14, 2024 at Skygate at the Frank F. Fasi Civic Grounds

The Team Captain Toolkit is designed to help you make your team fun and engaging. It’s easy to register and encourage others to join! If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out. 

How to get involved with October 10th World Mental Health Day 2024?

Participating in World Mental Health Day allows you to contribute to raising awareness and supporting mental health. Here are some meaningful ways to get involved:

  1. Start a Conversation: Initiate conversations about mental health with friends, family, and colleagues to reduce stigma and provide a safe space for discussion.
  2. Attend Mental Health Workshops: Seek out workshops, webinars, or events in your community that focus on mental health awareness and well-being.
  3. Share Resources: Share mental health resources, articles, and helpline information on social media and with your network.
  4. Support Mental Health Organizations: Consider donating to or volunteering with organizations dedicated to mental health advocacy and support.
  5. Practice Self-Care: Take time for self-care activities that promote your own mental well-being, such as mindfulness, exercise, or journaling.
  6. Advocate for Mental Health: Advocate for policies and funding that support mental health services and access to treatment.
  7. Join a Support Group: If you or someone you know is dealing with mental health challenges, consider joining a support group for guidance and connection.

Walks for Mental Health on All Islands! Saturday, October 12th @ 9AM

To register for our NAMIWalks: visit our NAMI Hawaii webpage:  

Use this video to promote this Statewide Mental Health Walk on your island from last year. NAMIWalks video Here 

Aloha and Mahalo,

Kathleen Merriam, Chair



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