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Where “It’s OK Not To Be OK” In The Heart Of Chattanooga

“Mental Health Fun Fair” banner.
Mental Health Fun Fair
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Let’s stay with mental health and tell you about another opportunity in Chattanooga aimed at lifting the stigma, providing help - and having fun.

On Saturday, September 17th, starting at 5 PM, this year’s Mental Health Fun Fair comes to Miller Park - sponsored by MySuspire, a local mental health organization.

Jeigh Billingy is the fair’s executive program director.

Brody Scott is its community engagement coordinator.

Lya Kimbrough is the fair’s energy development manager.

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