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World Mental Health Day is observed each year on October 10th, with the overall objective of raising awareness of mental health issues around the world and mobilizing efforts in support of mental health.

This year, NAMI Bucks County is partnering with NAMI Philadelphia to hold a special #ArtHeals: World Mental Health Day event with Kyle Confehr at Tattooed Mom to make mental health beautiful in the Greater Philadelphia area.

There is no cost to attend the group art show, and proceeds from art sales and raffles benefit NAMI’s work to improve the lives of everyone affected by mental illness through education, advocacy, and support.

Artists include your favorites from past shows and a few new additions. Many thanks to Nicole Saltzer, DT 2.0, Kees Holterman, Joseph Romangano, Deanna Ferlanti, Ellen Manning, Janean Malloy, and Kyle Confehr for being part of something beautiful for NAMI on #WorldMentalHealthDay (#WMHD2020)!

What: #ArtHeals: World Mental Health Day Group Show
When: Thursday, October 10, 2019 from 6-10pm
Where: Tattooed Mom - 530 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147
Why: Because #MentalHealthMatters
Cost: Free, ages 21+

#ArtHeals T-Shirts

A limited number of t-shirts designed by Kyle Confehr and produced by InkBrave are available for purchase at the event.

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