May 24 Sacramento River Cats "Mental Health Matters" Night
Together, the County’s "Mental Illness: It's not always what you think" project, Each Mind Matters and the Sacramento River Cats will be hosting "Mental Health Matters" night on May 24 at Raley Field to help promote mental health and inspire hope for people and families living with mental illness.
Purchase these special River Cats vs Salt Lake Bees tickets at: https://groupmatics.events/event/MentalHealthMonth.
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Sacramento County Mental Health Project Aims to Stop
Look around you – at work, at church, at the grocery store, in the
park, during your next family gathering. Someone you know is probably living
with mental illness right now and you do not even know about it. Why? Because
the shame and discrimination that surrounds mental illness can keep people from
speaking out or seeking help.
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