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Second Annual Spike Classic

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Active Minds is honored to partner with The Project S.A.M. for the Second Annual Spike Classic, a 5K Fun Run in Washington, D.C. in memory of a young man who died by suicide. Register today for this family-friendly event, held Nov. 26 at the Washington Canoe Club. 

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Active Minds on NBC Nightly News

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Active Minds' acclaimed suicide prevention exhibit, Send Silence Packing, was featured on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams. Watch the segment and share with your friends!  Watch>>

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Conference Keynote Speakers Announced

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Join us November 14-16 at University of Maryland to hear from the incredible Active Minds National Mental Health on Campus Conference keynote speakers: Dr. Kay Redfield Jamison, Frank Warren and Kevin Briggs. Register now >>

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Check Out Our New Blog!

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BlogNewsCheck out the newest addition to Active Minds' online presence: an organizational blog, where you'll find spotlights on our chapter members, tips for effective programming and exclusive news from the national office. Come blog with us!

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Send Silence Packing

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top 10-2 webActive Minds acclaimed suicide awareness exhibit, Send Silence Packing®, is back on the road for an incredible month-long tour. We will be making stops in Virginia, Alabama, Texas and Florida. See the full tour schedule here>>
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  • Reissa Decena from Active Minds at University of California-Riverside says:

    reissa_decena_riverside "Active Minds challenged me to think creatively about ways in which the issues of mental health can be embodied and presented relevantly to college students. In the process of helping draft projects which have a basis in mental health topics, I have become more informed about these topics - as well as the specific student body that is our target audience."