September Awareness In Motion
National Recovery Month
September is a time to celebrate resilience and triumph over addiction. Join the conversation about recovery, share stories of hope, and support those on their journey to a healthier, happier life. Together, we can break the chains of addiction and inspire recovery.
National Suicide Prevention Month
September is dedicated to raising awareness about suicide prevention. Let’s have an open dialogue about mental health, provide support, and promote resources for those in need. Together, we can save lives and create a world where everyone knows they matter.
Self-Care Awareness Month
Self-care isn’t selfish; it’s essential. Embrace the importance of self-care this September. Join discussions on self-love, stress management, and healthy habits. Inspire others to prioritize self-care for their physical and mental well-being.
Mullets for Mental Health Month
Rock the mullet this month to raise awareness for mental health. It’s not just a hairstyle; it’s a statement. Engage in conversations about breaking stigmas, supporting loved ones, and promoting mental wellness. Let’s make mullets a symbol of mental health solidarity.
Pain Awareness Month
September shines a spotlight on chronic pain and its impact on millions. Share your pain journey, discuss treatment options, and offer support to those in pain. Together, we can raise awareness, reduce suffering, and find solutions for better pain management.
National Suicide Prevention Week (Sep. 10-16)
During this crucial week, let’s unite to prevent suicide. Engage in conversations about recognizing warning signs, offering help, and promoting mental health. Together, we can make a difference and save lives.
World Suicide Prevention Day (Sep. 10)
On this global day of awareness, let’s stand together to prevent suicide. Share resources, stories of hope, and messages of support. Together, we can raise awareness and work towards a world with fewer suicides.
R U OK? Day (Sep. 14)
Take a moment on this day to ask the important question, “R U OK?” Engage in conversations about mental health, encourage open dialogue, and let others know you care. Together, we can create a culture of support and connection.
National Sober Day (Sep. 14)
Celebrate sobriety and the importance of a healthy, alcohol-free lifestyle. Share your journey, offer encouragement, and discuss the benefits of sobriety. Together, we can promote a life filled with clarity and well-being.
California Native American Day (Sep. 22)
Honor and appreciate the rich cultures and contributions of California’s Native American communities. Join conversations about history, traditions, and the ongoing struggles and triumphs of Native Americans.
National Women’s Health and Fitness Day (Sep. 27)
Empower women to prioritize their health and fitness. Share stories of strength, wellness tips, and encouragement for women of all ages. Together, let’s celebrate women’s health and inspire active, fulfilling lives.