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Posted on: May 10, 2023

City of Clarksville observes Children's Mental Health Acceptance Day

Mental Health Acceptance Day

Thursday, May 11, 2023, has been proclaimed Children's Mental Health Acceptance Day in the City of Clarksville, and across the nation. 

Shown from left formalizing the Clarksville proclamation are Melanie Marhover, Certified Family Support Specialist for System of Care Across Tennessee (SOCAT) and TN Voices, Jasmine Ramos, Care Coordinator for SOCAT and TN Voices, and Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts. 

This year's theme, "See Me, Hear Me: Brighter Days Ahead," reminds everyone to stand united in a commitment to promoting acceptance of mental health needs, and empowers everyone to strive to meet the mental health needs of every child, youth, young adult, and family. TN Voices, through its unique approach, emphasizes that, ensuring access to services that are family-driven, youth-guided, and culturally appropriate, places upon the community, a critical responsibility.

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