Mental Health Education That’s Fun!
It only takes 10-15 minutes each day to improve your mood and overall health with movement.
Movin’ with Moose is our annual spring event that promotes movement as a healthy coping skill while raising funds to support our educational programming, including Comfort Kits, Battle Buddies and Foundations classes, for people of all ages. Whether you are a casual walker, avid runner, swimmer or roll on wheels of any kind, YOU can make a difference in the mental health of yourself and others near and far. So let’s get Movin’ with Moose and ‘Build a Healthy You’!
We will be attending the following comic, pop culture and fandom themed events with either a table, booth or participation in a panel:
- August 16-18, 2024 in Austin, TX
Mental Health Education Classes
Join us as we share how to transform your life using six key building blocks to strengthen your mental health at home, at school, at work and at play.
- It’s quick and easy to create a Facebook fundraiser, donate your birthday, become a monthly donor or make a one time donation to directly support our work.
- Link your Kroger Plus Card to our non-profit account #NY648 and your weekly grocery shopping will help connect resources to those that need them. Enroll in the Kroger Community Rewards Program today!
- Visit our eBay store today. From t-shirts to stickers to our popular Battle Buddies, we offer several items that make great gifts for friends and family of all ages that also help you care for your mental health.
- When selling an item on eBay YOU, the seller, can choose to donate a percentage of the sale to charity and we are grateful for those who support us this way! We also host auctions throughout the year that feature unique, fandom themed items that are sometimes autographed by Supernatural cast members.
- SPN Survivors is honored to receive a portion of all sales of the book There’ll Be Peace When You Are Done celebrating the legacy of the TV show, Supernatural!
- Monetary donations are always welcome here on our website.
Thank you for your support!
Did You Know . . .
Did you know that 50% of all mental health disorders develop by the age of 14, when a young person is starting high school? And that 75% of all mental illness develops by the age of 24?
Mental health disorders do not discriminate and affect every school and every neighborhood across the country. The good news is that mental illness is a health disorder that IS treatable. Education and awareness are essential in early detection, seeking help and realizing “You are NOT alone!”
Do You Know Me?
SPN Survivors is looking for the young Supernatural fan who attended ChiCon 2013 and asked Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles about suicide at the end of their panel. That moment forever changed our lives and an open letter has been written to her in hopes that she will contact us. If you know who this person is, please let her (or her family) know we would love to talk to her. Thank you!