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2019 Volunteer Appreciation Ceremony

On May 14th, EveryMind staff, board members, elected officials and community supporters gathered at the Amp at Strathmore to celebrate the contributions made to the organization and the community by a large, diverse and immensely talented and compassionate cadre of volunteers.  Without these amazing individuals, EveryMind would not be able to do all that it does.  We are so appreciative of everything our volunteers do!  They make a world of difference!


Once again, EveryMind is proud to partner with Katherine Meadows of KM Photography to capture this event through photos.  More of Katie’s work can be found on Facebook @KatieMeadowsPhotography and on Instagram @kmeadowsphotography.

2019 Volunteer Appreciation Honorees

Robert Washington
Crisis Prevention & Intervention Services

MedStar Health
Linkages to Learning

Stan Seidel
ServingTogether & Homeless Outreach

Montgomery County Thrift Shop

Clare Lynch
Friendly Visitor

Ken Thompson
Representative Payee

Thank you to our Volunteers, Guests, Elected Officials and Supporters who made this evening so special.

Every Trail for Every Call for Every Mind

Take a Walk in the Park with Lauren

May 1—31, 2019


Join Lauren’s 2nd annual walk as part of Mental Health Awareness Month in May.  This year, Lauren will walk 200 miles of Montgomery County’s Parks trails to highlight the importance of EveryMind’s crisis prevention and intervention phone, text and online chat services. Lauren seeks to raise awareness of how essential this heavily utilized but underfunded resource is to our entire community.

5/1/19 We kicked off the 1st day of Lauren’s Walk in style, walking 4 miles around Lake Needwood!

5/2/19 Oak Ridge Conservation Park

5/7/19 South Germantown Recreation Park

5/8/19 Lake Frank and Meadowside Trails

5/9/19 Lois Y. Green Conservation Park Trails

5/10/19 Black Hill Regional Park Trails

5/11/19  Its Lauren’s birthday so she will be spending the day with friends and family.  No walk!

5/14/19 Little Bennett Regional Park Trails

5/15/19 Seneca Greenway Trail

5/16/19  Sligo Creek Stream Valley Trail

5/20/19 Magruder Branch Stream Valley Park Trails.

5/21/19 Northwest Branch Trail.

5/22/19 Martin Luther King Jr. Recreational Park Trails & Fairland Recreational Park Trails.

5/23/19 Hoyles Mill Trail & Powerline Trail

5/25/19  Long Branch Trail & Northwest Branch Trails

5/26/19 Cabin John Stream Valley Park Trail & Cabin John Regional Park Trails 

5/27/19 Rock Creek Hiker-Biker Trail

5/28/19 Underground Railroad Experience Trail, Oakley Cabin Trail, Part 1 of North Branch Trail & Part 2 of North Branch Trail

5/29/19 Matthew Henson Trail & Rachel Carson Conservation Park Trails

5/30/19 Agricultural History Farm Park Trails & Upper Rock Creek Trail

5/31/19 Capital Crescent Trail & Little Falls Stream Valley Trail. 

2019 Run for EveryMind

Join Us for the 4th Annual

Run for EveryMind

Sunday, September 15, 2019

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.

Register to Run/Walk

Become a Sponsor

Make a Donation

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.

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ServingTogether: 6-Month In Progress Review (IPR)

On December 12th, nearly one year after launching its coordinated network of care in partnership with the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) and Unite US, ServingTogether hosted its first In Progress Review  to share data collected to date that demonstrates the network’s impact on providing services to veterans, service members and their families. Representatives from many of the 79 network providers offered their insights about what is going well and where improvements might further strengthen the network’s ability to provide clients with needed resources.

Since December 2017, ServingTogether has worked with 348 clients to meet 832 requests for support. Data demonstrate that the top challenges our clients encounter are employment, housing and income support.

Of the 348 served through the network, 27% requested help with employment, 25% sought housing assistance and 18% connected with the network in search of income support. Other areas in which we offered support include benefits navigation, health and wellness, legal issues, individual and family support and food resources.

Over the course of the year, 59% of 700 service requests closed were satisfactorily resolved by the network. The average time to connect a client to a provider was 4.81 days and the average time to close a request was just over 17 days. Since many of the service requests related to complex, difficult-to-resolve issues such as employment and housing, additional service providers in the network are essential to help reduce the time between the initial service request and its successful resolution.

Jon S., a formerly incarcerated U.S. Air Force Veteran, was homeless upon his release. Jon shared his personal story with the audience and expressed his frustration at the challenges he faced finding the services and resources he needed in the community. “ServingTogther solves that,” Jon said. “I am really appreciative of the folks involved with ServingTogether. They came through for me at a time when I was at my lowest, and continue to help me get back on my feet.”

ServingTogether will host an In Progress Review every six months for the next two years to give network providers the opportunity to review the data and offer their feedback on how to continue to improve and grow the network.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the provider network, please contact Michael Ball, Director of ServingTogether, at

If you would like to watch a video of the event or access the PowerPoint slides, please visit

EveryMind Launch Photo Gallery

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.

Photography by Katherine Millford Photography.