Two non-profits are working together to ensure adult members have a Merry Christmas.
The two are the National Alliance on Mental Illness Texas Panhandle and Agape Center.
Agape Center provides a safe space where members can take art classes, do yoga, and go on social outings.
The center and NAMI both talk about the importance of reducing stress for adults during the holidays and say that 1 in 5 people are affected with mental health concerns.
Both organizations are requesting donations for their adult angel tree this Christmas season. The tree began with 30 members needing a gift, and they currently have 13 angels left on the tree.
You can drop off your wrapped gifts can be dropped off before Monday at Lowndes Hall at the St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church on South Georgia.