Why Mental Health Matters:

Nearly 1 in 5 adults in the U.S.—43.8 million people—experience mental illness in any given year.

Nearly 1 in 2 American youth currently aged 13-18 will experience a serious mental-health challenge – such as severe anxiety, stress, and depression-during their lives.

20% of inmates, 26% of homeless adults, and 70% of juvenile offenders suffer from mental-health issues.

Mental illness inflicts enormous damage, too. For example, it contributes to America’s rising suicide rates, and it costs the U.S. economy up to $200 billion annually in lost productivity.
DNH aims to promote mental health across diverse demographics—in the U.S. and abroad.

Our mission:

Break the current stigma around mental health by raising awareness that mental health involves more than dealing with schizophrenia and bipolarism, but also demands tackling, among others, stress, anxiety, depression, and self-harm, which affect a majority of the population, according to numerous studies. We will also provide various hands-on tools to alleviate stress, depression, and anxiety.

Our target audience: high school and college students and the working adult.


Potential partnerships and collaborations:
We are in initial stages of collaborating with
Johns Hopkins University

Signature “Mental Wins”

Signature “Mental Mondays”

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