Supporting Action for Mental Health (SAM) is a movement of local community groups, organizations, faith communities, residents, and local government working together to explore how we all can raise awareness of and take action to address mental health needs in Longmont.

Upcoming Community Conversations

Let's talk about mental health.

SAM invites you to attend one of four community conversations to share your ideas regarding SAM’s role in addressing mental health throughout the city of Longmont. During each meeting, we will review the history of SAM, discuss its current state, and — with your help — identify next steps for the future.

Dates, Times & Locations

  • March 5 from 11:30am-1:30pm at the Lashley Street Station
  • March 9 from 10:00am-12:00pm at the Lashley Street Station
  • March 11 from 6:30pm-8:30pm at the Longmont Senior Center
  • March 14 from 2:30pm-4:30pm at the Lashley Street Station

For more information, contact John Kellow, SAM project coordinator.

Here’s How You Can Take Action

Attend an upcoming community conversation. Download our flyer.

Get trained in Mental Health First Aid. Host/sponsor a Mental Health First Aid training at your business, place of worship, or with a community group. Email John Kellow to learn more.

Participate in/host a Conversation on Mental Health

Help us promote Let's Talk, a mental health awareness campaign

Volunteer! Join a Supporting Action for Mental Health committee. Email John Kellow, SAM project coordinator, to learn more.

Tell others about Supporting Action for Mental Health. Download our flyer.

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