Thanks for supporting mental health

Thanks for supporting mental health A big noisy Yukon thank you to everyone who participated in the second annual Steps to Positive Mental Health walk on Wednesday. From the awesome turnout of enthusiastic walkers to our fantastic sponsors, the event wa

A big noisy Yukon thank you to everyone who participated in the second annual Steps to Positive Mental Health walk on Wednesday.

From the awesome turnout of enthusiastic walkers to our fantastic sponsors, the event was a huge success and we couldn’t have done it without you. The Mental Health Association of Yukon is a volunteer organization dedicated to improving Yukoners’ mental health and helping end the stigma associated with mental illness.

The Steps to Positive Mental Health event is just one way we can all work together to accomplish this goal and we are already looking forward to next year’s walk.

Be sure to check our Facebook page in the coming weeks for information on a very special event we have planned for June 9. We hope you will be able to join us then.

Susan Stanley

Mental Health Association of Yukon

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