Okay Network faithful, we admit it. Sometimes we just gush over the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare and their creativity. Here is one such example we just received from them:
- To kick off Mental Illness Awareness Week, Oct 7-13, the National Council has created some special treats for you to share. As ghosts and vampires rule the public consciousness for the next few weeks, our five Halloween-themed “Ghoulish Facts of the Day” are sure to draw attention and highlight some not so well known facts and figures about mental and substance use disorders. Feel free to use these informational graphics on your Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and website. We’ll also be posting one a day on the National Council’s Facebook page throughout this week — and you can simply share from there.
Be sure to tell them how this “Halloween for Mental Health Literacy” social media campaign works for you — leave comments on their Facebook page or email them at Communications@thenationalcouncil.org.
- Download the graphics below in larger size from the National Council website.