You Matter Now and Always!
As May is National Mental Health Awareness Month, the BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) & Latinx Outreach Program at SAMHC wants our community to know that they matter. In a world where its easy to feel isolated, unheard, and unseen, sometimes we need a reminder to know and feel like we are valued and appreciated. Saying “You matter” not only to other people, but as well as to ourselves, can feel uplifting, create a sense of comfort, reassurance, and belonging of one’s place in this world. Our words are important and have the power to change one’s entire day and can make all the difference, especially when coming from a place of compassion and understanding. We want you to know that we hear you, we see you, and know that you are not alone. You matter, today, tomorrow, and always!