“Let’s Get Mentally Fit” is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that sees mental fitness as a lifestyle choice (just like physical fitness), and confronts the stigma on mental health. Our mission is to support all those who prioritize their mental fitness by choice and/or by circumstance and help them make informed decisions to live well and without shame. Through digital resources, referrals, support groups, and live events our goal is to create awareness and decrease barriers to effective mental health care. Whether you’re a mom or a mogul; a college student or a corporate executive, an actor or an activist; a pastor or a president, we believe you have the right to design your life in a way that supports your ability to be your best self.
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- Kela Price, Founder/Executive Director
- Dr. Susan Benson
- Diane Greene
- Bianca Harris, Licensed Therapist
- Nzinga Harrison, MD
- Trina Morris, Corporate Wellness Expert
- Marcus Norris-Price
- Jennifer Patterson
- James Price
- Tania Wineglass-Graham, Artist & Teacher
“I joined the movement to bring awareness to mental health and the importance of not placing a stigma on it, but to learn more about it. It’s a reality for many. I feel we can do a better job of providing help and support to those dealing with it, if we open our hearts and minds.”
“I love this and think this is something we’ve needed for so long.”
“This continuing education course is one of the best we’ve ever had.”
“I took the pledge because the second I read the overview, I realized the importance of the movement, especially today.”
Paul Carrick Brunson
“Your workshop for Chi Eta Phi was awesome, thank you!”
Dr. Umeika Stevens, DNP
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in the press
- Our campaign psychiatrist talks about summer depression and Let’s Get Mentally Fit on The Steven Maggi Show.
- JC Runyon Foundation sponsored us at their annual gala this year where Mariel Hemingway was the keynote speaker.
- Our founder, Kela Price, was on Indiana’s Indy Style talk show with Amber Hankins talking about a few of her mental fitness makeover tips.
- Our annual fundraiser, Style Therapy, was covered by Indiana’s WTHR13’s 11 o’clock news.