Confronting the Stigma and Educating the WHOLE Community on Mental Health

This annual symposium brings together more than a dozen health care professionals providing free workshops on depression, substance abuse, PTSD and much more!

What Attendees Are Saying

“It was very informative and helped me educate myself to look and see things from more than one perspective,” wrote one respondent. Wrote another: “I loved, loved, loved the focus on multiculturalism and people of color.”

"This conference raised my awareness and made me proud of my community."

"Thank you! This is the most minorities I have seen at a workshop. I loved it!! We need more events like this.!"

"Thank you for a great worthwhile informative day."


ATTEND. Come for one workshop or the whole day.


SPONSOR. No More Secrets is made possible by gifts from NAMI Give! donors, community organizations like El Paso County Public Health, and sponsors like YOU.

  • The Issue

    Research shows minority communities seek less treatment and receive less quality care.

  • The Reasons

    Provider bias, lack of resources, belief that mental illness is a spiritual issue...

  • The Response

    Reducing stigma, bolstering confidence to access services, providing access to quality care,  and educating the community.

  • The Event

    Empowers individuals to talk about mental health and connects them with behavioral health professionals with shared experiences and culture.



Yolanda Lewis-Harris (far left) and fellow organizers welcomed Reggie Bicha (second from left), executive director of Colorado's Department of Human Services, as the 2017 symposium's keynote speaker.


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