Things to Think About:
Take the steps at least once a week, because you can and there is someone out there that wishes they could.
You know someone living with M.S. – you just don’t know it.
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The World Health Organization (WHO) Annual World Mental Health Day is Tuesday, October 10 and The D.C. Commission on Persons with Disabilities will be hosting a Community Forum on Mental Health Awareness in Collaboration with - Martin M.S. Alliance Foundation - Disability Community Outreach Collaborative (DCOC) - Amazing Love Health Services (ALHS) and DC Developmental Disabilities Council (DDC)
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
One Judiciary Square
441 4th Street, NW
1st Fl. Old City Council Chamber
Free – Open to the Public
Featuring information tables, and light faire
RSVP - @ Eventbrite
Topics to be addressed include: