IT’S A GREAT DAY FOR A STROLL, LIVINGSTON COUNTY
JOIN THE FUN! NAMI of Michigan is holding their annual walk in support of mental health awareness, an increasingly pressing issue. This event is in support of those with any mental health issues, whether it be one’s self, a family member, or a friend.
The local Livingston County Chapter is looking for more members to join their team in this walk. Click on their link when registering. Registration is not necessary but it is faster! (link below)
For those ready to RALLY together to better ourselves and our communities…
CHECK OUT THE DETAILS:
Saturday, September 24th 2022
8 A.M. – 12 P.M.
Wayne State University
42 W. Warren Ave.
Detroit, MI 48202
FREE PARKING! Bussing will also be available!*
Register for FREE at
Transportation to and from 25 – 30 people leaving @ 8:15 am from First United Methodist Church off East Grand River in Brighton and returning there around 1:00 pm. You have to email your reservation for a seat to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Walk has free parking in Parking Structure #2 for those who want to drive themselves or carpool. If you have questions about the walk call our Walk Captain, Emily @ (810) 599-6143.
Contact Pamela Stadtmiller, Livingston County NAMI President, with any further questions at (734) 645-2899.
We hope you can join us as we WALK to Stomp Out The Stigma