Make a difference in funding research and providing vital care for mentally ill patients in the Greater Houston area.
Join the fight to stop the stigma surrounding mental health by participating in the 2014 Walk and take part in our city-wide positive dialogue movement.
Welcome to Walk for Mental Health Awareness Houston
The Walk Houston 2014 is all about a Step in the Lime Light taking Mental Illness center stage. As we enter our fourth annual event that has raised over $42,000 for local non-profit agencies and overall awareness to the cause, we recognized that none of it would have been possible without the support of our Walk Teams, exhibitors, sponsors, and volunteers. On Saturday, October 11, 2014 we will gather at Spotts Park (401 South Heights Blvd, Houston, TX 77007) located at the corner of Waugh Dr. and Memorial Park
Hundreds of participants have contributed to an agency that offers mental health services/support, and you can do the same by registering yourself or group to Walk With A Purpose. Any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This year is all about the continued initiative to host a Positive Public Dialogue with the subject of mental illness. Join the conversation. Take action. Make a difference. It’s what it’s all about
Our Mission Statement
The Walk for Mental Health – Houston is a community based event to raise awareness and funding for Harris County non-profit agencies and programs that provide mental health services.
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Our Vision Statement
For those struggling under the weight of depression or a mental illness, past failures, or harmful relationships, every-day-living can feel like a death sentence. The physical, mental and emotional suffering steals the heart out of life and if left untreated, will ultimately destroy them. There is help and there is hope, but you can only find this by reaching outside of yourself. The Walk for Mental Health Awareness – Houston is a celebration of the hope of life after mental illness and a call to action by people in our community.