Francine Barr Mental Health Hero #MentalHealthMonth
Francine Barr 2013 Mental Health Hero Cartoon-A-Thon
Drawing by Chato Stewart
Francine has been a mental health advocate and supporter for most of her life. Francine first became involved with NAMI when she was the Director of Friendship House, a psychosocial rehabilitation program located in Boone NC. She attended the annual NAMI NC Conference with members of the program and heard her first IOOV presentation. She was hooked. It took a year to get funding but in June 2004 the first IOOV Presenter Training was held and graduated 16 presenters, one of whom went on to become a … READ MORESee Your Bonus Drawings by my children. LP 14 – Sweet Pea 11 – Precious 10 and Belly 7
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Mentalympians is a mental health community development initiative to raise awareness of mental health recovery, inspire hope, reduce self-stigma, foster recovery and also connect individuals who are interested in campaigning for mental health reform.
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Bonus My kids’ Drawings:LP 14* Sweet Pea 11 * Sweet Pea 11 Precious 10 *Precious 10 Belly 7*Belly 7
Stewart, C. (2013). Francine Barr Mental Health Hero #MentalHealthMonth. Psych Central. Retrieved on April 26, 2015, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/humor/2013/05/francine-barr-mental-health-hero-mentalhealthmonth/