Join us for a wonderful women’s event to talk on how important it is to understand and deal with Mental Health. We are inviting women from all walks of life who may be interested in deepening their knowledge and understanding on social justice issues in Mental Health. This is a great opportunity for women to learn about how to help in removing the stigma that prevents mental health conversations to be heard.

Especially in the community of minorities where there are limited resources that prevents help in how manage and deal with Mental Illness. Mental illness affects many people of diverse backgrounds it has no face, name, language or gender because it can affect anyone. Yet for women in lower income communities it tends to be a problem that needs to be addressed because of limited access to healthcare and community support.

So please join us as we explore how to De-Stigmatize Mental Health.                                                                  Lunch will be provided

May 12, 2018





Miami Workers Center

745 NW 54th street

Miami, Florida 33127

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Astharte De Los Santos
Astharte De Los Santos is the Editor of Dade Christian Voice. She is a Digital Content Writer who is focused on writing content about Mental Health and Substance Abuse. Her articles have been published on and Equilibrium Magazine UK. As a poet she has been on numerous publications such as the “Ny Literary Magazine”, SkinonSkin by Madison Lake, Suny Empire State College “The Student Connection”. Astharte has her bachelor’s in Human Services with a concentration on diversity from Suny Empire State College. She is currently studying for her Master’s degree in Liberal Arts with a focus on writing and plans to publish her first book next year in 2018. Astharte has a personal blog very special to her called Open Talk with God. There she has an open conversation with God touching on issues that other’s may struggle with in their spiritual journey. She is grateful to God for all His blessings, and volunteers at her church writing content for their blog.