We typically kick of OCD Awareness week with our annual Capital Walk on the National Mall in Washington, DC. Although we are unable to gather like we usually do, we’re excited to be holding a virtual advocacy event this year! On October 12th and 13th, we will join each other from the comfort of our homes for Virtual Voices For Mental Health: An Online Day of Action! This two day event includes an evening of live programming, and a day of advocacy activities that you can do from your phone or computer:
- On Monday, October 12th, we will hold a Rally & Training – an evening of live virtual programming that will prepare you to be an effective advocate for key mental health legislation.
Virtual Voices Rally & Training Speaking Program
- On October 13th, you will take action by contacting your elected
representatives via email and making your voice heard.
Day of Action Agenda: Key Mental Health Bills
This event is open to people with OCD and related disorders, their families, friends, clinicians, and all other members of the mental health community.
Thank you to our Virtual Voices partners: