WHY WE WALK

 

We walk to bring awareness, education, hope and strategic solutions to the opioid/fentanyl crisis and to bring knowledge to the behavioral effects of the correlations between addictions and mental health, known together as Co-Occurring Disorders.

We walk to address the stigmas, discriminations, judgments and categorizations that, through our voice and experiences that addictions and mental health disorders affect us all.

We walk for our Children, Seniors Citizens, Youth, Adults, LGBTQ+ Veterans, Military, Homeless, Returning Citizens, and those with HIV/AIDS to know there is help, hope and treatment.

We walk to share the message and encourage those who may be suffering in silence from physical, mental, emotional and social trauma; Never Give Up! You Are Not Alone!