Make It OK-Linn County presents virtual series designed to raise awareness about mental illness and resources.
Julie Carolus was a victim of a sexual assault and later diagnosed with PTSD.
Justin Rapier has Borderline Personality Disorder and leads a support group for people with BPD across the nation.
Tegan's mental health journey took a transformational turn towards healing when she was diagnosed with PTSD.
For public health leader Brad Brake, mental health isn't just a professional interest – it's personal.
Ramona Wink has witnessed mental illness in her family and battled an eating disorder herself. Now, she helps others.
Rae, Chief Strategy Officer at Businessolver, has taken medication for depression for 20 years.
Thank you for participating in Mental Health Awareness Month 2021!
Ben Nemtin delivered a message of making the impossible possible at “Make It OK! A Community Call to Action” on March 11.
Thank you to EMBARC for partnering with us to help spread the message of Make It OK to all Iowans by producing videos about mental illness in multiple languages.
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