NAMI Seattle is hosting a free, public event called Stigma Free Seattle to celebrate National Mental Health Awareness month this May!
Join us in community for a vibrant event featuring a variety of fun and uplifting experiences, including the work of talented local artists, presentations and mental health panels, community connections, and a local film screening. Through education, art, and inspiring stories, Stigma-free Seattle provides a place where it is ok to express oneself, connect with others, and talk about mental health. More event details.
Calling all Artists!
Showcase your creative work at Stigma Free Seattle! We’re celebrating the importance of creativity and self-expression for mental health. Send us your artwork and short pieces of writing for a chance to be featured during the event.
*Submissions from all ages 13+ accepted.
Want to get involved and have other creative ideas? Reach out to Katie Knoll, Development Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Calling all Youth Poets!
We are accepting submissions for our Youth Poetry Reading session at Stigma Free Seattle. Submit your poetry to perform your original work at Stigma Free Seattle as we celebrate the power of creative expression for mental health. Submissions accepted from youth 13-21 years old. Email Katie Knoll, Development Coordinator, at email@example.com.
Join our event team and help make Stigma Free Seattle a success! We’re looking for 20-30 volunteers for the following activities:
Pre-event support, now through May 19 (various locations or from home)
- Distributing flyers
- In-office prep such as putting together decorations and organizing supplies
- Writing and sending invitations
- And more!
Event-day support, Saturday May 20 at the Vera Project