Dec. 5 – Participate in Text, Talk, Act To Improve Mental Health

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Participate in Text, Talk, Act To Improve Mental Health

On December 5, 2013, join Creating Community Solutions in a nationwide discussion on mental health with your cell phone! All over the country, people will get together in small groups for 1-hour discussions on mental health.

Text 'start' to 89800; then talk in groups of 4 to 5 people about the issues presented; and be part of the change!

The process is simple:

  1. Receive reminders and materials before the event at bit.ly/texttalkact.
  2. Bring some people together on December 5.
  3. Form into groups of four to five people, with at least one cellphone per group.
  4. Text “start” to 89800.

“Text, Talk, Act To Improve Mental Health” is designed to engage high school and college students, in particular, using technology that they are accustomed to. Results from the live polling questions will be tabulated almost instantly; that means people will be able to see how participants across the country responded. The process will provide an opportunity for participants to discuss actions they can take to strengthen mental health on their campuses and in their communities.

Get Started With Text, Talk, Act To Improve Mental Health

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Comments on: "12/05/13 – Participate in Text, Talk, Act To Improve Mental Health" (1)

  1. Glenn Lindsay, MFT said:

    My understanding is that the Task Force is meeting tomorrow at the Village. There has been a room change……we’re meeting in 111.

    Glenn Lindsay, MFT

    Manager of Clinical Programs

    Mental Health Services

    L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center

    McDonald/Wright Building

    1625 N Schrader Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90028-6213

    +1 (323) 993-7655 | +1 (323) 308-4185 (fax)

    Visit us on the web at http://www.lagaycenter.org.

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