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The Mental Health Association of San Francisco is excited to launch our inaugural membership drive. #JoinUs in our efforts to educate, advocate, and empower our community by becoming a supporting Member of our association.

We have an uncertain road ahead.  We need to mobilize and unleash the full force of our community.  We need to be empowered to take an active role in our wellness and ensure equity, safety, and dignity for all mental health consumers. We can only face the challenge together!

Our goal is 100 new Members in the next 100 days.  To do this, we are offering these introductory membership prices!  So don’t wait, #JoinUs today!

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    Dr. Gail A. Mattox says, “We should not wait for a tragedy to begin a conversation about mental health—this can add to the stigma”

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