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Awareness Page

This page is where we share current awareness movements and heritage information based on the month of the year! Look below to find out more!

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MAY 2024

MAY is Mental Health Awareness Month and Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Mental Health Awareness Month


The Month of May has been set aside as Mental Health Awareness month to help break stigma around mental health and educate/help people on Mental Health Issues. Mental Health Issues and need for care is not a sign of weak faith, it is your body showing that you need help. Never be afraid to seek help when it comes to your health. Our minister is not a mental health professional, but he will gladly lend and ear and help guide you to resources (that you can also find listed below). 

To show support for Mental Health Awareness Month, a green ribbon is worn. You can get a ribbon at FCC Missoula starting May 12 (Mothers Day and Mental Health Awareness Sunday)


NBA Cares (National Benevolent Association, Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)) 

NAMI Missoula


Mental Health Crisis Line- 988

National Suicide Prevention Hotline- (800) 273-8255

Western MT Mental Health Crisis Line- 532-9710

Trevor Lifeline (LGBTQIA+ Youth) (866) 488-7386

Veterans Crisis Line text 838255

Since 1990, the U.S. government has designated the month of May as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, celebrating the achievements and contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) in the United States. The month of May was chosen to mark the arrival of the first Japanese immigrant to the United States on May 7, 1843, as well as the anniversary of the completion of the transcontinental railroad on May 10, 1869.

We encourage and invite you to learn more using the resources below!

Asian/Pacific American Heritage Website

NAPAD (Disciples of Christ)


Asian American & pacific islander heritage month

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