We are encouraged to get routine physical exams to maintain our physical health and prevent heart disease, diabetes, obesity, etc. But how often have you been encouraged to check in on your mental health? Sadly, we do not live in a society where mental and physical health are treated equally.
For more information on how to take action, visit: http://www.rootedinrights.org/questions. For more information on Law Student Mental Health Day, visit: http://www.daveneefoundation.org/programs/law-student-mental-health-day/.
We are so grateful to 8th grader, Sarah L, from Wisconsin for producing this great public service announcement about stigma and depression and for giving a "shout-out" to the Dave Nee Foundation!
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Join us in Washington DC on Monday, June 20th for our annual fundraiser and trivia contest at Hill Country BBQ. Click here to purchase your tickets in advance on EventBrite Thank you to our Trivia Night Lead Sponsor, Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP, our Sponsor, Winston & Strawn LLP and Supporter, Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP.
The 2015-2016 Beacon of Hope Grant cycle is now open and accepting applications. Please go to the Beacon of Hope webpage here to learn more about the program, the application process and deadlines for submission.
The Tyler C. Jaramillo Legacy Fund is now live and ready to take the next step towards promoting mental health awareness and encouraging wellness practices in the legal community. At the Dave Nee Foundation, we are grateful to Gregory Lamb for his commitment in the aftermath of losing Tyler to suicide to understanding the pressures law students face and how we can lessen those burdens. Thank you Gregory for being a friend and ally.
Tyler’s Fund will be used by the Dave Nee Foundation to bolster our current and future programs, especially Uncommon Counsel. The fund is envisioned as a legacy that honors Tyler’s dreams and ambitions of practicing law as well as her genuine caring and philanthropic nature. She dedicated herself to her ambitions, working tirelessly through law school and two attempts at the bar exam. Tragically, Tyler died by suicide after living silently with depression. PLEASE post, like, share, and Donate. Through partnerships with the Dave Nee Foundation and Razoo, all gifts are tax-deductible.