Tag: Black/African American

Get Up Off of That Thing – Wow!

A big thank you to all who attended the Voice and Vision, Inc. 2020 “Wholistic Virtual Conference on December 10th and 11th, 2020. In case you missed it, or attended and want to refresh your memory, more than 150 people tuned in to the Voice & Vision, Inc. 2020 “Wholistic” Virtual Conference.  This year’s theme, “ Get Up Off of That Thing”, focused on Black/African American communities where there are a lot of barriers for those seeking resources for mental health wellness and addictions....

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Voice and Vision 2020 Virtual Conference

Conference Poster
We are so excited our 2-day “Wholistic” Conference starts this Thursday, December 10. It is not too late to register–and it is FREE! We have an excellent line up of speakers, and you won’t want to miss it! If you have already registered–Great! If you have not and want to learn more, please visit our event page (click here) to register and see the agenda! Feel free to share with your family and friends as well. We hope to see you there! It is time to Get Up...

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Exciting News and Two Upcoming Events

We are happy to announce the release of the second book in the Help and Hope Series: Substance Use: The Growing Need to Know. This 300+ page Guide is full of pertinent, easy-to-read information and encouraging personal accounts.  We are printing hard copies, which will be available in December, but the online version is available now! Please click here to see more information and to view or download the book. To kick off the release of the new Help and Hope Guide, we are having a Virtual...

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Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month
National Minority Mental Health Month has been observed each July since it was established in 2008. During this month, I took a closer look at how mental health affects minority community members and want to share some of what I learned with you.    Mental illness does not discriminate. No matter what race you are or identify with, mental illness can strike at any moment. Some individuals have easier access to healthcare to help cope with it, or even just a better support system against the...

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