EveryMind is proud to host Run for EveryMind again this year at Rockville Town Center.
We host this event every year because our mission is to raise awareness of the importance of mental health and wellness and reduce the stigma that is often associated with mental health challenges. Through Run for EveryMind, we strive to educate the community while providing an opportunity to engage in a positive, healthy activity that promotes good mental and physical health.
Your mental wellness is our mission because every mind needs care, attention and support.
EveryMind hopes you will consider being a part of our event as a runner or walker, corporate sponsor, volunteer, or financial contributor – or any combination of these options! We encourage you to form teams with friends, family, colleagues and neighbors and establish social media fundraisers to increase your overall contribution to the event.
On February 28, 2019, Mona Kim, EveryMind’s mental health therapist at the Wellness Centers, appeared on Montgomery Week in Review to discuss violence, teen dating and resources available to the community.
On February 14, 2019, EveryMind’s Director of Human Resources, Kelly Collins, appeared on Montgomery Week in Review to discuss the importance of volunteering and the benefits it has on one’s overall physical and mental health and wellbeing.
Diana Barney, EveryMind’s Division of Youth & Family Services, discusses youth and mental wellness, including some important data and trends, as well as Youth Mental Health First Aid and resources for youth and families.
Jennifer Grinnell, EveryMind’s Division Director of Adult & Community Services, discusses National Suicide Prevention Month and EveryMind’s education and outreach efforts. Jennifer also discusses legislative briefings, interfaith forum with leaders and The “S” Word film screening.
On September 15, 2016, EveryMind board members and staff welcomed supporters, volunteers, government officials and community partners to launch their new name and a refined mission, while celebrating the continuation of a 60 year tradition of exemplary service to the DC region.