3rd Annual National Day of Prayer
For Behavioral Health and Understanding
1 in 4 people have a mental health condition, but only half get the help they need.
We are ALL touched by mental illness. Only with guidance, prayers, and action from our faith and our behavioral health networks working together, will our communities reach better mental health and well-being.
For the National Day of Prayer for Behavioral Health and Understanding, Faith and Secular leaders will join hundreds around the country in an effort to replace the blame, fear and prejudice surrounding behavioral health issues with truth, inclusion and love. Community members, consumers, family members, behavioral health providers and the faith community are all welcome. The event will be held at the courtyard of 400 County Center, Redwood City.
For more information see the event flier or contact William Kruse at (510)-506-3815 or Melinda Ricossa at (650)-372-8573.