Austin, Texas - Humans Helping Humans
“May is Mental Health Month” marks 70 years in 2019. Humans Helping Humans is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit that positively impacts mental health awareness and innovative change releases their big plans for spreading awareness and giving back in May. They focus their efforts in Mental Health, Substance Abuse, Youth Suicide Prevention, and Veterans.
In the spirit of spreading awareness for Mental Health, their podcast the “Executive Innovation Show”, hosted by President of the Board of Directors, Carrie Chitsey Wells, will release five shows in May (each Thursday). Her interviews will include conversations with the Dale Cook, CEO of Learn to Live, Dr. Anitha Iyer, Chief Clinical Officer at Vibrant Health (manager of the National Suicide Hotline), Jordan Lichay, Chairwoman of Minds Ahead, Fay Brezel, CEO of OKClarity, Scilla Andreen, CEO of IndieFlix, Robyn Shumer, CEO of What’s Your Story. In addition, we have Oklahoma’s Attorney General, Mike Hunter who will discuss the Oklahoma’s fight in the opioid crisis and recent win against the pharmaceutical companies. Listen to industry leaders and game changers leading the way in mental health stigma, accessibility, youth social media, anxiety and depression. The podcast highlights innovators and influencers creating change in mental health, the opioid crisis and substance abuse each month; subscribe to the show through your favorite podcast listening application to get them delivered each week.
Humans Helping Humans leads the charge in empowering other non-profits and influencers to positively impact lives in their local communities that are affected by mental health. “Using our proprietary video chat technology, we’re allowing other amazing organizations to not only broaden their reach but to deepen their relationships with individuals in need. Our mission is to enable more video peer-to-peer support groups and video crisis hotlines to reduce relapse and readmission rates”, says Carrie Chitsey Wells.
Thanks to corporate donations, foundations and individual donors, Humans Helping Humans grants video chat technology to other non-profits and organizations that impact large footprints throughout the United States. We’re able to pair our donors to causes that they are passionate about, allowing them to directly measure and know where their contributions have the most impact. With 75% of mental illness starting in ages 10-24 years old, it’s critical that we use digital technology to reach this demographic in the way in which they want to communicate, a video-first calling generation.
To learn more about how you can get involved to sponsor mental health awareness through giving, volunteering or to apply for a video chat technology grant, visit www.helpinghumans.care.
Daniel Miller, Executive Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Carrie Chitsey Wells, President email@example.com