“Mental Health Awareness” on Morning Energy

Share

Mental health problems can affect anyone. Since 1990 Mental Health Awareness Week has been occurring during the first week of October across the United States. It was established by Congress in recognition of efforts by the National Alliance on Mental Illness to educate and increase awareness about mental illness. Although this event is recognized in October, community outreach, public education, and personal education can and should be an ongoing endeavor.

On Morning Energy we are going to spend time discussing mental health as it relates to our personal and professional lives. We will also hear tips about how to approach someone who is living with a mental health condition (to include what to avoid saying or doing).

Join me Renna, your Radio Flayme  Friday from 4 to 6 a.m. for another musical journey.   I am definitely looking forward to spending time with you on the airwaves and sharing your energy!!! Hope you are able to tune in! If not you can always listen back for a week on the Morning Energy archives. 

You may also like

woman spinning a shark-themed wheel at a festival
Top 5 weekend activities in Tampa Bay

SharkCon 10 Florida State Fairgrounds Expo Hall 4800 US-301, Tampa...

“Climate Change & Our Mental, Physical, Environmental & Economical Health” on Morning Energy

“The less we do to address climate change now, the...

Randi M. Zimmerman, WMNF General Manager
July 2024 WMNF News & Notes

Discover the station's commitment to diversity, community, and the legacy...

No Nonsense Spirituality: All the Tools, No Faith Required

In this episode of Wide Awake America, host Nadine Smith...

Ways to listen

WMNF is listener-supported. That means we don't advertise like a commercial station, and we're not part of a university.

Ways to support

WMNF volunteers have fun providing a variety of needed services to keep your community radio station alive and kickin'.

Follow us on Instagram

Bodyrock
Player position: