It’s Okay Not To Be Okay
Mental Health Associates of the Triad is working to remove mental health stigma in our community. With financial support from the Foundation for a Healthy High Point, they recently launched OK High Point. This mental health awareness campaign promotes resources to help improve Greater High Point residents’ overall health and well-being.
The campaign includes:
- a resource page on MHA’s website
- ads on four High Point Transit System buses
- printed rack cards for local medical offices, community-based organizations, and local businesses
- targeted Facebook and Instagram ads
“Many folks would say High Point is a resource-rich community with a lot of wonderful organizations, but a good deal of residents don’t know those organizations exist or that those services are for them,” said Whitney Davis, program officer for the Foundation for a Healthy High Point. “Part of this campaign is to raise awareness — and to help those in need identify with those services — by reducing the stigma.”
Read the High Point Enterprise article.
It’s okay not to be okay. To learn more about this initiative, visit MHA of the Triad’s OK High Point resource page.