Over the past several months, our 5th annual mental health series has fostered conversations about depression, anxiety, and addiction as they relate to our mental health, the state of our mental health through various phases of life, and mental health challenges faced by our service members.
We are pleased to present the final event of the Unite with Might series in-person at the Central Bucks High School West Stadium on Saturday, June 25.
We invite you, your friends, and your family to join us for a morning dedicated to continuing the much-needed conversations surrounding mental health and substance use disorders. This event will feature: a special guest speaker from The Story Powered Initiative who will share a message of hope and resilience, an opportunity to move as one with a brief stretching class and group walk and conclude with a resource fair filled with local support.
Please dress comfortably as this event is outdoors and contains light physical activity.
Saturday, June 25, CB West Stadium
- 8:30 – 9 am: Event check-in and light refreshments
- 9 to 9:30 am: Welcome and message of hope from The Story Powered Initiative
- 9:30 to 10 am: Group stretching activity and “Strides to End Stigma” walk
- 10 am to 10:30 am: Resource exhibit and closing statement
The rain date for this event is Sunday, June 26; schedule will be the same as above.
This event is not sponsored by Central Bucks School District or any of its schools. It is sponsored by Doylestown Health, the Village Improvement Association and NAMI Bucks County.
Commitment to Mental Health Resources
Doylestown Health is committed to providing education, as well as local and regional resources, around the growing need for mental health support. “Mental health and substance use disorders notoriously face heavy stigma,” says Ashley Long, Doylestown Health Education Outreach Liaison. “Each year we hope to normalize the conversation surrounding these topics. And during these challenging times, we felt that this series was a particularly important way to promote wellness and resilience in our community.”
Thank you to our sponsors, the Village Improvement Association and The National Alliance of Mental Illness, Bucks County, for reinforcing the importance of mental health education and outreach.