They also developed and promoted a public service announcement.
In Klamath, the Youth Social Service Department celebrated Awareness Day with a mural-making project at their Weitchpec Tribal office.
On the first day, more than 70 exhibitors distributed local health and wellness information and resources to attendees. Maryland’s first lady served as the campaign’s honorary chair.
On the second, a local professional spoke to women on health and wellness issues they face, including mental health issues. The Maryland Family Network/BRIDGE celebrated Awareness Day by sharing information through social media.
Every year, communities create new and inspiring ways to observe Awareness Day.