Keith Johnson, a survivor of a suicide attempt in 2015, and former Sound client, probably doesn’t think he inspires people. But he does. Whether it is those who hear his story, or those who are supported by him, Keith is, indeed, an inspiration.
Sarah is just like any other 20-something you’d meet. Her hair is dyed rust red and she is at ease in casually-torn jeans, graphic tee and well-loved tennis shoes. But what sets this SMH client apart is that she is a walking testament to the life-changing power of the Affordable Care Act.
In 2015, Shane’s father passed away, and without support, he became homeless. Shane was homeless for about a year before Sound Mental Health helped him to find housing.
Sound Mental Health clients share the bounty throughout the summer at our campuses in Auburn, Bellevue and Capitol Hill. It’s a great metaphor for recovery!
Desperate times, it is often said, call for desperate measures. For that grandparent stepping up to take care of their at-risk grandchildren…