Walk for Mental Health to benefit NAMI of Wake County
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Looking for a Fun and Free Way to Engage With Community This Weekend in Raleigh, NC?
Every year, Wake County 4-H Teen Council hosts a Walk for Mental Health to benefit NAMI of Wake County.
Join us this weekend at 10 a.m. on Saturday, October 7th!
(Pre-Registration is closed. If you have not registered, you are still welcome to join us! Make sure to register when you arrive.)
Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among people aged 10-14 and the 3rd leading cause of death among those aged 15-24 in the US according to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).
NAMI Wake County provides support, education, and advocacy to all individuals, families, and communities facing mental health challenges. Over the past few years, Wake County’s youth population has shown interest in ending the stigma of mental health by joining conversations with Health and Human Services, creating resources on the impact of COVID-19, hosting an annual Walk for Mental Health fundraiser, and much more!
Wake County 4-H Teen Council members encourage all residents of Wake County to come out and walk with us, learn about youth concerns, and leave with resources to strengthen mental health access.
This youth-led event starts at our county 4-H office: N.C. Cooperative Extension – Wake County Center (4001 Carya Drive, Raleigh)
We will meet outside of the Wake County office buildings in the round-a-bout for a brief message from our 4-H Teen Council and NAMI Wake representatives. Participants follow the trails behind the office buildings to Historic Oak View Park where Teen Council members set up displays focusing on mental health concerns among youth populations.
You will receive free subscriptions to Calm, the #1 app for sleep and meditation, thanks to our partners at WakeMed!
Your free subscription gives you access to Calm’s music, videos, guided
meditations and more on the app and Calm website.
- Length of subscription: The subscription grant free, full access to Calm Premium from November 2023 to November 2024.
- Required Information: Participants are required to submit an e-mail address which Wake Med Community Health to share with Calm to request login information for a Calm account
- Membership Access; Calm subscriptions allow users to include up to (5) family members as users on their account. Family members may access the Calm library only through a computer and cannot download the Calm mobile app to a smartphone.
- Language access: The Calm App is available in multiple languages.