Partner with the Campaign
The Campaign invites Maryland organizations, non-profits and businesses to participate by becoming a Community Champion. Only through a partnership with organizations can the campaign reach a diverse audience of families, caregivers, educators, and providers through many different channels.
After signing up, you will be redirected to a confirmation page with links to important 2020 Champion Materials to help begin planning for Awareness Week. In April, Event Kits will be delivered to your designated pickup locations, which include physical items that can be used to help you share the message of the Campaign with your communities.
New this year, Event Kits, which include: Family Resource Kit (1), Educator Resource Kit (1), Resiliency Calendar (1), coloring sheets, other educational materials, temporary tattoos and (1) green disposable tablecloth, and our annual Campaign poster. Event Kits and posters will be fulfilled on a first come, first serve basis and will be available at pickup locations across the state.
Please consider joining to help make 2020 the most successful and wide reaching year!
For questions about Community Champions, please contact Tiffany Thomas at email@example.com or (443) 901-1550, ext. 234
2020 Community Champions
Honorary Chair of the 2020 Children’s Mental Health Matters! Campaign
First Lady of Maryland, Mrs. Yumi Hogan
Carroll County Public Schools
Crossroads Community, Inc.
Montgomery County Local Behavioral Health Authority
Rising Sons Mentoring
UUMC Community Engagement & Workforce Engagement
Worcester County Local Behavioral Health Authority
Worcester County Local Management Board