The Shelby County Wellness Alliance is making efforts to share the Make It OK message with their community.
Tanner Krause, president of Kum & Go, was able to navigate unprecedented challenges in 2020, in part, because of therapy.
Amanda Yancy didn't discover she had bipolar disorder until she was 30 years old.
Our Giving Tuesday goal of $5,000 would train 100 more Iowans as Make It OK Ambassadors.
Vanessa Cano Zelaya experienced her first panic attack when she was 3. She wants to bring awareness of mental health to the Lantinx community.
Make It OK Mid-Week is a virtual series designed to raise awareness about mental illness and resources that are available.
Leah Beman is the the president for NAMI On Campus at Iowa State University.
The Make It OK campaign in Iowa, led by the Healthiest State Initiative is hosting a six-week virtual mental health series, in tandem with the Greater Des Moines Partnership and Capital Crossroads.
Ben Rogers was first elected to the Linn County Board of Supervisors in 2008. It was this experience that helped him realize he wanted to be more open about his mental illness.
Anne was diagnosed with Bipolar Type II, a mental illness with moods that cycle between depression and hypomania.
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