Thank you for entering our contest!

Did you know May is Mental Health Awareness Month?

This location is part of a larger campaign to share some important and fascinating facts about mental health during Mental Health Awareness Month. This is one of 27 locations in Elkhart and St. Joseph counties where you can find a fact and enter to win a GoPro HERO9 to document your own adventures! 

Want to enter again? Find another location on our map (look for the bright brain!) and follow the QR code/link. **Other locations will have their signs up on MAY 5TH!** 

Want to learn more about mental health? Follow us on Facebook and Instagram

A PDF copy of the map is available here.

And, there’s a few contest rules: One entry per location, Oaklawn staff/contractors and their families, and staff at our partner sites and their families, are ineligible to win, and the winner must pick up their prize in person and be featured by name and photo on our social media accounts. Full terms and conditions can be found here: www.oaklawn.org/factterms

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Elkhart County Access
Center 24/7
574-533-1234

South Bend Access
Center 24/7
574-283-1234

Mishawaka Campus
574-259-5666

Toll-Free
800-282-0809

Don’t wait. You can get help RIGHT NOW.

If you’re in crisis, you can reach out to these hotlines 24 hours a day. Here’s some of our recommendations:

CRISIS TEXT LINE

Text “HOME” to 741741 for free 24-hour crisis counseling

SUICIDE PREVENTION LIFELINE

1-800-273-8255 or chat online here.

THE TREVOR PROJECT

Crisis text line for LGBTQ+ youth. Text “START” to 678678, call 1-866-488-7386 or chat online here.

NATIONAL DOMESTIC VIOLENCE HOTLINE

Text “LOVEIS” to 22522 or call 1-800-799-7233.

RAINN NATIONAL SEXUAL ASSAULT HOTLINE:

1-800-656-4673 or online chat here.

Grow with myStrength

Oaklawn is proud to offer our community a free digital resource where you can strengthen your mental and emotional health, practice new skills and learn about topics relevant to you. It’s called myStrength, and it’s accessible via myStrength’s website or its mobile app. myStrength is completely confidential and covers topics like substance use, depression, anxiety, parenting and so much more. It even has special resources for COVID-19. Learn more about myStrength here or click the button below to sign up today.

Thanks to our partners for their support of community mental health!

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