Anyone can #Vote4MentalHealth. It’s what makes mental health advocates so powerful – people from all walks of life can come together for a common purpose. To help spread awareness on why it is important to #Vote4MentalHealth, people need to hear from you.
“I #Vote4MentalHealth because…” is a way for mental health advocates to start the conversation about why voting is so important for all people affected by mental health conditions.
I #Vote4MentalHealth because we need equitable coverage of mental health care.
I #Vote4MentalHealth because our community needs more mental health services.
I #Vote4MentalHealth because everyone experiencing a mental health crisis deserves help, not handcuffs.
Everyone has their own reasons to #Vote4MentalHealth. What’s your reason? Print out the blank PDF, write your answer, take a picture and share it!
“I’m ___ & I #Vote4MentalHealth” allows you to share as much or as little as you want about why you #Vote4MentalHealth. For some, this is an easy way to share their commitment. For others, it can serve as a conversation starter to share more about their story and why they #Vote4MentalHealth.
The blank space is an open opportunity for you to share your ties to mental health advocacy or why you #Vote4MentalHealth.
Want to share with your friends and family, but don’t know where to begin? Use the sample social media post below to get started!
I’m [Name/job/connection to mental health/etc.] and I #Vote4MentalHealth. Will you join me this election? www.vote4mentalhealth.org
Pre-filled graphics, blank PDFs to print out and add your own response, and ways to quickly share on social are available here: