If you did not have the opportunity to support Monarch through the Fight Stigma event, please consider a donation in your year end giving.
Jay Everett shared why he walked to Fight Stigma “Everyone is worthy and valuable and they should get the help they need to live a fulfilling life.”
Today, we unite in a shared goal – to fight against the negative perceptions of mental illness and addiction, working toward increasing acceptance.
NJ Counts 2015 found that more than 2 in 5 homeless people reported having a disability, including mental health issues and substance abuse disorders.
The Fight Stigma Walk/Run will be held on Saturday, November 7 at the same time and location. Still time to join our team or donate.