Partners and Events See our Awareness partners or events below to see how you can share or participate in raising awareness or look for one of the many NAMIWalks taking place across the country. Click here for the 2019 Mental Health Month Partners Campaign Guide. Keep current on additional events and changes to this page and follow NAMI on social media for additional mental health awareness events. Facebook.com/NAMI Twitter.com/NAMICommunicate Instagram.com/NAMICommunicate Celebrities Support Mental Health Month AJ Mendez DeWanda Wise View this post on Instagram “In times of universe deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act.” Remember deep empaths: when you consume the news, seek to stay informed, or even serve your loved ones to balance it with the tools you need for your #MentalHealth #NamiCares #WhyCare A post shared by DeWanda Wise (@dewandawise) on May 18, 2019 at 10:17am PDT Maurice Benard Kenneth Cole After 35+ yrs of addressing the devastating impact of #stigma on HIV/AIDS community, & now seeing how stigma is affecting the #mentalhealth crisis, @kennethcole has partnered w/ @namicommunicate for #MentalHealthMonth to further shine a light & #StandAgainstStigma. pic.twitter.com/K61U5cwupe — Kenneth Cole (@kennethcolereal) May 8, 2019 Molly Bernard View this post on Instagram HEY! I love being happy and fun and sweet and cute, but as the month of May ends, I’d like to talk real q about mental health. I absolutely struggle with anxiety and depression (a deep gulp as I type this). I go to cognitive behavioral therapy every week and I am eternally grateful for the skills and lessons I learn each session. It has taken me some time to learn to tolerate feeling shitty, feeling inexplicably anxious, sad, needy, sleepy, you know the rest. Social media is a place of fantasy and I like to post pics of my dog because he makes me feel better, but we all know that truth doesn’t live on this screen. May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and I am a proud proud #nami supporter, and I’d like to encourage you to feel your feels, reach out to your pals, family and peers if you’re struggling, and therapy is COOL! #whycare 💫💫💫💫💫💫💫💫 NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. For 40 years, NAMI has recognized May as Mental Health Month. It’s a time when we join with the community to reaffirm our commitment to fostering understanding of mental illness, increasing access to treatment and reassuring those who are struggling that NAMI cares, and they are not alone. For more information please visit https://nami.org/whycare. A post shared by molly bernard (@bollymernard) on May 30, 2019 at 8:04pm PDT Jamie Gray Hyder View this post on Instagram I fight to #CureStigma around #mentalhealth to make sure people get the care they need. Join me along with @NAMICommunicate and show that you care. #WhyCare 💕 A post shared by Jamie Gray Hyder (@jghyder) on May 31, 2019 at 12:02pm PDT Alanis Morissette so many layers to depression and anxiety. slowly, with great empathy, knowledge, inquiry, and profound care... healing is possible, and well-being can be restored. #cantdoitalone #mentalhealthmonth https://t.co/P1cnWa7KBg #NAMICares #WhyCare #postpartumdepression #healing pic.twitter.com/7DRnsGpUCH — Alanis Morissette (@Alanis) May 10, 2019 Shinedown Check out the band’s hit single “Get Up” here. Alessandra Torresani Scarlett Blu Cause-Related Marketing We are so appreciative to all of the companies that have showed they care about mental health by donating a part of their proceeds to NAMI this May. To learn more about our cause marketing initiatives, please click here. With Thanks NAMI is proud to partner with the Aetna Foundation in support of Mental Health Month. NAMI is proud to partner with the Palayam Foundation in support of NAMI's year long mental health awareness events, including Mental Health Month.