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1 in 5 individuals are impacted by mental illness

Post Date:05/09/2019 1:55 PM

Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and in Recognition that 1 in 5 individuals are impacted by mental illness Pathways Center, AnotherWay Foundation and the Coweta County Fire Department have partnered together for the month of May to raise awareness and shine light on this national issue.

Throughout the month of May Pathways Facilities and all 15 Coweta County Fire Stations will shine green to raise awareness. In addition to the lights, we will also be collecting gently used clothing for individuals ages 5 years and up. These items can be shoes, shirts, pants, jackets, shorts, and sweatshirts. We are seeking all clothing types again for individuals 5 years of age and older. If you do not have any gently used items to donate, but would like to support those in need we are also accepting monetary donations. All donations and proceeds raised will go to serving individuals in crisis throughout Coweta County.

Donation Sites

-Fire Station 1 (483 Turkery Creek Rd. Newnan)

-Fire Station 6 (23 Madras Parkway, Newnan)

-Fire Station 7 (3370 Fischer Rd. Newnan)

-Fire Station 12 (45 Ebenezer Church Rd. Newnan)

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To learn more or call 678.854.2099