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“May will be Mental Health Awareness month in Cumberland County”

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This April 28, 2015 Cumberlink article on The Sentinal’s website talks about upcoming events planned during the month of May for Mental Health Awareness Month in Cumberland County.

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” Home News McKean County Commissioners recognize mental health awareness”

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This April 29, 2015 Bradford Era article talks about events being held in McKean County during Mental Health Awareness Month

“Group rings bells in honor of Mental Health Month”

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This May 17, 2014 Bradford Era article talks about the folks from STEPS drop-in center who have been ringing bells for the past several years to celebrate Mental health awareness month.

“Observing National Mental Health Awareness Month”

 

Mental Health Awareness Ribbon

Mental Health Awareness Ribbon (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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This May 8, 2014 Insurance Net article offers highlights on mental health over the past year as part of the observance of National Mental Health Awareness Month

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“17TH Annual Walk for Mental Health Awareness- May 10”

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This May 2, 2014 PA Homepage article talks about an upcoming walk for mental health sponsored by National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) chapter of Scranton, PA the following is an excerpt directly from the article about when the walk for mental health is to be held.

The Walk will take place on Saturday May 10th at the Schimelfenig (pool) pavilion in Nay Aug Park in Scranton at 10:30 a.m..

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“Annual Observance of Mental Health Month is Not Cause for Celebration “

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This April 29, 2014 PR Web article talks about the bitter sweetness of the annual observance of Mental Health Awareness Month in May

Mental Health Awareness Ribbon

Mental Health Awareness Ribbon (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

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Mental Health Awareness Month is used in the United States to raise awareness of mental illness and it’s impact not only on the person who has a mental illness, but the impact their diagnosis has on the world around them.

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