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Exciting News

April 5th, 2021:

Over 3,500 community members and organizations across our region were involved in creating the first-ever Metro Region Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) to address mental health. We want to thank our community members and organizations for participating!

March 2020:

COVID-19 arrived in the Metro and greatly impacted people’s time and ability to work on these community projects. At the same time, The Wellbeing Partners raised funding from local philanthropy to launch the Mental Health Stigma Reduction Campaign (planned for July 2020). The action project areas then folded into this larger campaign with the exception of the Mental Health Advanced Directives group, which paused due to COVID-19.

January 16th, 2020:

Community members attended our Ignite Changemaker event. Community members broke out into the four community-led action learning projects and each planned out their next steps of implementation. The four ongoing community-led action learning projects emerged: Mental Health Stigma Reduction Campaign, Mental Health Advanced Directives, Creative Expression, and Neighborhood Dinners.

Get Involved!

Ongoing community involvement is being provided via four work groups connected to the mental health stigma reduction campaign. Each group meets monthly to receive updates and participants provide input on the strategy of the campaign. Meetings are led by The Wellbeing Partners. The work groups, which are open to new members, are:

  • – Community Partner Organizations
    • community-serving organizations
  • Mental Health Advisory
    • direct service professionals in mental/behavioral health
  • Workplaces
    • employers, HR professionals, and managers
  • Community Members
    • all other interested individuals

To get involved, please contact Sheena Helgenberger: