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November 21, 2015

African American Mental Health Initiative (AAMHI)

Filed under: Education — William Jackson @ 4:48 am

African American Mental Health Initiative (AAMHI)

The AAMHI team is planning to make the Holiday season as
FESTIVE as we can! Starting with our Symposium in November,
we’ll celebrate THANKSGIVING at the end of the meeting with
the traditional Thanksgiving meal.

Please share this event on all social media, family, friends,
co-workers, etc.  Bring a guest with you.

We will have speakers that will discuss Nutrition/Diet,
Physical Exercise, Overcoming Loneliness, Meditation,
Spirituality, etc., and many other topics that will
give ways to “combat” anxiety and depression during
these 3 crucial Holidays!

“Coping with Triggers of Stress and Depression”
during the holiday season.

November 21, 2015
10:00 am — 1:00 pm
Community Rehabilitation Center
623 Beechwood, Jacksonville, FL 32206
(Parking Entrance located on 41st Street)
Drive to Gateway Mall turn right on 44th Street
Wendy’s on corner turn right on 41st Street
CRC will be on the left side

Light Thanksgiving lunch being served immediately after
the event. Food provided by Tyra Cooks

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We hope you can make it!

Ann Marlow,
African American Mental Health Initiative (AAMHI)

Mission Statement
The “Mission” of AAMHI is to “SOW S.E.E.D.S!”
SEEDS of Support, Education, Empowerment, Dedication,
and  Strength to reap a “harvest” on mental HEALTH!!!!

AAMHI’s  “Vision” is to change the way African Americans
“think and perceive” mental illness by providing “consistent”
education and support via monthly symposiums and workshops,
featuring individuals, agencies, counselors, clergy, etc. in
the mental health field; as well as other various initiatives
“aimed” at providing culturally diverse solutions for the
individual, their families and/or caregivers!!!



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