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Clubhouse International Launches US Advocacy Campaign This Mental Health Awareness Month

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New York, NY, May 25, 2023 –(PR.com)– Clubhouse International joins other mental health organizations in recognizing May as Mental Health Awareness Month; a dedicated time to raise awareness and encourage action in promoting mental health as an essential component of health care systems around the world.

This month, Clubhouse International launched a US Advocacy and Awareness campaign, Healing Minds, Powering Communities, in partnership with Fountain House NY, the founding Clubhouse which was the start of the Clubhouse Model. The official kick-off of the campaign begins with the Community Mental Health Week of Action, May 24-31 when Clubhouses will join the collective action by opening their doors to elected officials, community leaders and local media members to show them how the Clubhouse Model transforms individual lives, and communities, and to demonstrate why we need policies supporting psychosocial rehabilitation and funding…

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