Friday, June 6, 2014

Good Things Utah Focuses on Mental Health Month with Bridle Up Hope: The Rachel Covey Foundation

Now that May – Mental Health Month – has passed, we're reminded that it's important all year round for not only advocates and activists – but for all of us to work together to raise awareness about mental illness and to eliminate the stigma that prevents people from seeking assistance. We're honored this month to support Bridle Up Hope: The Rachel Covey Foundation, which was featured on a recent Good Things Utah segment:



 

Learn more about this remarkable non-profit and how you can get involved by reading out blog Q&A with Stefan Harlan, the executive director of Bridle Up Hope.

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