Mental Health Awareness Campaign

Mental health has been identified as a priority issue locally and across the nation – 1 in 5 Americans will experience a mental health disorder, and ½ of all lifetime cases of mental illness begin by age 14; ¾ by age 24. The need for increasing community awareness about mental health has been identified as one of two early themes emerging from the year-long Greene County Mental Health Assessment currently being conducted. To help address this issue, we launched a region-wide mental health awareness media campaign to increase community awareness about stigma surrounding mental health challenges and to encourage people to connect with resources that can help make recovery possible.

Important Messages to Share Regarding Mental Health

Download our social media, digital media, TV PSAs and radio PSAs below to help create mental health awareness.

Social Media

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Digital Media

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TV PSAs

(NOTE: These are not broadcast quality. To request higher-resolution videos for broadcast, please contact Jacqué Harness at jharness@cpozarks.org.)

Myth: Asking About Suicide is Risky

Myth: Mental Health is Violent

Myth: Recovery is not Possible

Myth: Mental Health Disorders are Rare

Radio PSAs

(NOTE: To request radio PSA files for broadcast, please contact Jacqué Harness at jharness@cpozarks.org.)

Myth: Asking About Suicide is Risky

Myth: Mental Health is Violent

Myth: Recovery is not Possible

Myth: Mental Health Disorders are Rare

To learn more or to register for Mental Health First Aid training, visit cpozarks.org/ymhsp.