Walking to Support Mental Health

In October, the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) held its 6th annual NAMI NH Walk in Concord, New Hampshire.

This year 51 teams participated, including the Plymouth State University College of Graduate Studies team, Counselors for the Future. Team members included graduate students Elizabeth Bean, Jennie Coburn, Erin Crangle, Kurt Tautenhan, Jaime Sawler, and Pam Graham; and community members Tricia Barry, Fran Bean, Nathan Bean, and Linda Farnsworth.

The team raised more than $1,000 to donate to NAMI’s efforts in improving the lives of those who are affected by mental illness.

 
 

2 responses to “Walking to Support Mental Health”

  1. Daren Hardel says:

    It’s hard finding knowledgeable people on this topic, but you sound like you know what you are talking about! Much thanks!

  2. acsre says:

    I am more familiar with the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) with annual activities. through its education and support programs for families with children, adults and older adults with mental illness, in New Hampshire citizens cope with mental health issues each year

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