“It’s okay, even if it’s not okay.” That’s just one of the messages you’ll hear at the 4th Annual Mental Health Fan Fest at Miller Park on September 17th from 5-8pm. . The event is for her 21+ and is open to the public.
Sponsored by MySuspire – Singles, Groups, and
Family therapy with the help of local volunteer organizers. This event is
Downplay mental health issues and provide easy access to local, quality resources.
According to The National Alliance on Mental Illness, 1 in 5 adults have a mental illness, and about 50% of them have a comorbid mental illness or substance disorder.
“Mental health really matters and we do everything we can to prove it,” says MySuspire
Founder Gee Billingey said: “Mental health fanfare is a dope way to deal.”
Mental mix of local performers, expert panels, and food and drink available for purchase
The Health Fun Fair brings together representatives from a wide variety of disciplines
Creating mental health prejudice-free and safe spaces for people to be seen, heard, and present
“In these difficult times, MHFF brings a message that we all need to work with confidence.
A mental health journey,” said Billingsie.