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Published:Tuesday | April 2, 2019 | 12:25 AM
Denille Ashwood, Lifestyle Blogger and Digital Content Creator (left), enjoys a moment with Netania Mundell, Digital Marketing Intern at Flow Jamaica.
Clara Kahwa (left), Recording Artiste and Mental Health Advocate, and Jhanille Brooks, Licensed Associate Counselling Psychologist, have fun showing off their individual style.
Tiffany Wiggan, Digital Marketing and Promotions Officer at JNGI, is all excited about the new venture.
rom left: Bathsheba Shaw, Founder of DOPE Empowerment; Stefanie Belnavis, Registered Art Therapist and Kimone Rose, Director Think Mental Health JA and Miss Clarendon Festival Queen 2018, are all smiles, as they share in this photo op.
Kimone Rose, director Think Mental Health JA and Miss Clarendon Festival Queen 2018, looking all elegant and stylish with this pose.
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The Jamaica Moves behaviour change campaign has partnered with Jamaica Mental Health Advocacy Network (JAMHAN), CENTRED and Commonwealth Youth Council, to launch Safe Space JA, recently, at the UWI, Guild MPR. Safe Space JA is an initiative to focus on mental health awareness, education and advocacy. It will be a support group and resource pool for young people who are struggling or living with a mental illness. Here are the highlights.