Sheryl and her husband lost their son in August of 2016 to suicide. While processing through their grief, they started a movement called Our City Cares. You may have noticed the signs of hope posted around our community. Don’t Give Up. You Are Not Alone. Your Life Matters. Your Mistakes Don’t Define You. There is Hope. Comparison is the thief of Joy. There are also handouts with crisis hotline information and support locations at the schools for students in need. Please listen to Sheryl’s story and think how YOU can be an ambassador of hope in our community for someone struggling. We are all connected. Thank you.
I had such a great time interviewing Scott Jonason with Lacamas Medical Group. Everyone in their office is awesome and I was so thrilled to hear about how active their office is in our community. If you are looking for a local doctor’s office or need urgent care, Lacamas Medical Group is your place! Thank you for tuning in to Just a Girl in Camas. Please help spread the word of these interviews by sharing! Thank you!
Tune in to this interview with Just a Girl in Camas’s sister Heather Kesmodel, as SHE asks Just a Girl in Camas why you should consider donating to her nonprofit for #GivingTuesday. As some of you might know, this Tuesday, November 28th, is national #GivingTuesday. #GivingTuesday is a global giving movement at the beginning of the Christmas and holiday season for nonprofits. Just a Girl in Camas is a nonprofit organization that relies solely on donations. If you love the stories shared with you about community, local businesses, people doing good or just love the concept, please consider making a donation. This Tuesday if you donate via Facebook on the Just a Girl in Camas Facebook page, your donation can be matched! All donations go to support the mission of Just a Girl in Camas. Please consider making a donation. Thank you! #JustaGirlinCamas
Please watch this video and share it. Let’s start talking about mental illness. Did you know 1 in 5 Americans will be affected by a mental health condition in their lifetime and every American is affected or impacted through their friends and family? Take action today to help others as we fight stigma, provide support, educate the public and advocate for equal care.