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‘MindPHL Together’: Philadelphia launches campaign to connect public health resources

wHYY    May 7, 2020

The City of Brotherly Love seeks to live up to its name this Mental Health Awareness Month.

Mayor Jim Kenney on Monday announced the launch of the city’s #MindPHL Together campaign (pronounced “mindful together”).

The initiative — a collaboration between the city and Independence Blue Cross — aims to improve the community’s understanding of mental health and well-being.

The Kenney administration also wants to encourage Philadelphians to ask for help when they need it.

See full report: ‘MindPHL Together’: Philadelphia launches campaign to connect public with mental health resources

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