Each week will focus on different ways to create or maintain mental wellness

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September 2019 Program of family friendly events, meetups, speakers, education sessions, and sponsors.

Week 1—Music: Compose mental wellness with music

Week 2 —Art: Create Mental Wellness – Do Art!

Week 3—Physical Activity: Active bodies make healthy minds

Week 4Nutrition: What you eat becomes how you feel and think

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Become a sponsor of mental health awareness festival

We are expecting over 1,000 guests at our Sept 14th all day event which will be advertised to the St. Vrain Valley community. Attendees include those in the general public who are interested in mental health and wellbeing, as well as professionals who work in behavioral health.

We encourage you to take this opportunity to expand your outreach and connect with a captive local market who are already interested in the benefits of activities, products and information that support a healthy mind.

Take advantage of this occasion to exhibit with companies and organizations like yours that promote health and wellbeing while supporting the Longmont Supporting Action for Mental Health Initiative.

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Mental Health Awareness Festival and Presentations

September 1st to 28th, Many More Tomorrows month-long events

Mindfulness, Art, Music, Growth Mindset, Nutrition, Physically Activities, Philosophical Inquiry, Relationships, and Thinking Skills;

Located at the Longmont Museum Auditorium and Kaiser Room — for the St. Vrain Valley community.

Events for adults, teens, and children


Did you know: One in five people seek mental health care in a given year.

Did you know that only about 40% of people who need mental health care seek it out?

That means that even more people need help but cannot get it or do not even know what options are available. Supporting Action for Mental Health is changing the way our community experiences mental health, with classes and conversations that offer real, usable skills and decrease stigma. This September we are presenting events throughout the month to increase awareness that there are tools available to everyone in the community to support those experiencing mental illness. Would you be interested in finding out how you can be a part of our efforts?

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The facts are telling, suicide is a public health epidemic, and the research shows one of the most effect solutions is all around us, our community members, actively engaged in creating mental wellness. Supporting Action for Mental Health (SAM) is a community-based program focused on filling everyone’s Mental Wellness Toolbox with effective tools that make a difference.

September is International Suicide Prevention Month. In Colorado in 2017, 1,175 people died by suicide, and it is the leading cause of death among our youth (aged 10 – 24). There has been a fourfold increase in youth suicide in Colorado the past eight years. We all must step up and take action to address this epidemic.

Supporting Action for Mental Health is taking the month to raise awareness about mental health and provide residents with a variety of tools that can help improve mental wellness.

Make Suicide and Thing of the Past_Longmont Colorado
Mental Health Awareness Month—Longmont, CO. Make Suicide and Think of the Past. September 2019

Did you know that there has been a fourfold increase in youth suicides over the past 8 years

It is now the leading cause of death among 10 to 24 year-olds? These numbers only speak to those who died by suicide, there are so many struggling with mental health related issues that don’t get the help they need because of stigma, lack of resources or they just don’t know healing is possible.

Supporting Action for Mental Health is changing that by empowering individuals in the community with tools they can use to be a support for people with suicidal thoughts or mental health issues. We need your help to make this program a success. This September we are presenting events throughout the month to increase awareness of tools available to everyone in the community to support those experiencing mental illness.

Would you be interested in finding out how you can be a part of our efforts?