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March 10, 2020 is being celebrated as Tennessee’s Day of Hope.  The inspiration for the Day of Hope comes from hearing Gov. Lee talk about HOPE on multiple occasions.  He often says that the important and impactful work being done in the behavioral health field is giving hope to the hopeless.   For so many people, the hope of a better tomorrow is a source of strength and motivation to continue the work to overcome the hurdles in their lives or support the needs of a loved one, friend, or neighbor.  Through the collective action on Tennessee’s Day of Hope, we aim to inspire a collective sense of statewide hopefulness in the face of our state’s significant challenges in the fields of addiction and mental illness.

Read Governor Lee's proclamation for Tennessee's Day of Hope

Find an event in  your area in the list below and follow the conversation on social media at #DayOfHopeTN.