The Proclamation for Children's Mental Health Week is an important step towards collective acceptance of mental health and wellness. As National Federation of Families describes it:
- Awareness means you are informed about the issue
- Acceptance means you embrace it and are invested
and committed to inspiring and building support in
your own community
Download the official Proclamation from Governor Evers declaring May 7 through May 13 as Children's Mental Health Week in the State of Wisconsin. This can be a great addition to the Press Release shared with journalists, and local TV and radio stations.
Find more ways to take action at our Children's Mental Health Week 2023 page!
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