May is Mental Health Awareness Month and the Division of Behavioral Health will be hosting a celebration in May 2017.
Artwork will be on display during the event and in the lobby of the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Central Office building for the duration of May following the event. The works of art will also be posted to this website.
Please find posters about the art display in the Art Display section below, and submit your artwork by April 30, 2017.
Additional details about the event will be coming soon.
Planning your own event for Mental Health Awareness Month?
You can also use the form below the calendar to submit your own events for Mental Health Awareness Month.
September is Recovery Awareness month and great activities will be happening across the country. This year’s theme is “Our Families, Our Stories, Our Recovery!” Please join us on September 8 at 10:30 at the Idaho State Capitol as Lt. Governor Brad Little presents a proclamation declaring September as recovery awareness month. There will be a recovery-oriented art display and people speaking about recovery. We will be presenting an award to Idaho’s very first Champion of Recovery and recognize seven Advocates for Recovery from across the state.
This event will be held in the Lincoln Auditorium at the Idaho State Capitol. Presentations begin at 10:30 am (MT). For more information please contact Crystal Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For streaming of the event, please click here and select the Lincoln Auditorium.
Idaho Recovery Awareness
Idaho Recovery Awareness Video
Advocates for Recovery Presentation
Art Display Part 1
Art Display Part 2
DHW Blog Posts:
Idaho honors its first Champion and Advocates fo Recovery
It’s National Recovery Month. Will you help reduce stigma?
‘Don’t judge’: Celebrate recovery in Idaho at the Statehouse on Sept. 8
Recovery Center Open House on September 23, 2016 with the Chamber of Commerce and Mayor Steve Widmyer
Latah County Recovery Day Proclamation
2016 Annual Recovery Day Bicycle winners