Mental Health Awareness Month

Weekly Topics

Every week during May, Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana is focusing on a topic related to mental health.

May 2-8: Barriers to Mental Health: Working Past Stigma and Shame

May 9-15: Mental Health Challenges: More Common than you Think

May 16-22: Take Care of You: Coping with Life’s Ups and Downs

May 23-29: Supporting the Mental Health of Others: The Unseen Sacrifice

Each week, the blog posts below take a deep dive into that week’s topic. We’ll also be sharing additional resources and insights on our social media channels all month long.


Mental health resources are available.

We understand that it’s often hard to know what resources you can access when you or someone you care about needs help. Throughout the month, we will add resources below that are available to help you or someone you care about.

FREE TRAINING! Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana is hosting a free virtual training on May 26 called Mental Health 101.

Mental Health 101 will provide you with simple, easy to understand information about mental health. What mental health is, how to take better care of your mental health, and resources available to you if you need some additional help. May is Mental Health Awareness Month, so there’s no better time than now to learn more about an aspect of your overall health that is often ignored and forgotten.

Learn more and register here.

What’s Going On in May

Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana isn’t alone in raising awareness about mental health this month.

There are lots of area organizations that are hosting events and sharing valuable information this month. Below you can see upcoming events, our own efforts, and other interesting things to know!

From May 11 – May 14,  the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Bridge on Clinton St will have green lights in honor of Mental Health Awareness Month.

From May 2 – May 20, the trees along Clinton St. by Headwaters Park will be hung with green ribbons to commemorate Mental Health Awareness Month.

Take a peek at upcoming events to spread awareness about mental health!

Check our Event Calendar

How You Can Help

Your gift will make a difference.

Your contribution is crucial for Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana to continue to provide high quality mental health education opportunities within your community. As a nonprofit, our mission is only possible through your generosity, and the generosity of others like you. Thank you for supporting the growth of mental health knowledge in Northeast Indiana.

Your gift makes trainings like these possible:

Professional Trainers Carrie Borkowski (left) and Jessica Ryan (right) present on stigma at The Rescue Mission on May 4, 2022.

Professional Trainer Jessica Ryan presents on Question Persuade Refer, a suicide prevention training which equips attendees with the tools they need to help someone thinking of suicide.

Give today, and educate your community tomorrow!

I want to support mental health.

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