The 2020 election is fast approaching, and mental health is on the ballot. To help you understand how to get involved and #Vote4MentalHealth, NAMI is pleased to launch a new election website.
Every elected official has influence on issues impacting people affected by mental health conditions, and mental health touches many of the issues that voters care about the most. When people cast their ballot, they #Vote4MentalHealth, whether they realize it or not. On vote4mentalhealth.org, voters can sign up for election deadline reminders, learn about key issues and how they intersect with mental health, find out how policymakers impact the services they see in their community and get key voting information for their state.
Visit vote4mentalhealth.org today to take the pledge to #Vote4MentalHealth and find out more.