Green Light Campaign

It is time to shine a light for mental health awareness.

You can help shine the light on mental health by one simple gesture of changing your lights to green and/or wearing a green ribbon, or following us on Insta @cb_state_of_mind.

Pick up a light bulb, green ribbon, and more at these locations.

CB State of Mind is launching its 3rd annual Green Light Campaign – Gunnison Valley’s Mental Health Awareness Month in collaboration with YOU our community, human service providers, businesses, churches, and schools from Friday, March 31st to Sunday, April 30th.

Help raise awareness about mental health and wellness, but more importantly, spark conversations and fight the stigma that surrounds seeking help.

You are invited to participate in this community awareness campaign. It’s easy to participate – change one light bulb to green in a visible location whether at your home or business. Help shine a light on mental health and wellness by this one simple gesture.

Green is the nationally recognized color for mental health awareness. Green signifies new life, new growth, and new beginnings.

Get Invloved


Pick Up Green Lights, Ribbons etc






4/1 – – CBMR Pond Skim *registration fees support CBSOM

4/4 – Free Community Connections Events 7 – 8 pm, Hosted at Thrive Yoga CB, Sponsored by CBSOM

Free sound therapy

4/13 – Mental Health Pop Up Art Exhibit @ the Center for the Arts CB 5:30pm

4/27 – Humanizing Addiction: free movie and discussion WCU Theater (time TBD)


  • Task: Wrap the lamp posts up and down Elk Ave with green Christmas light strands
  • When: Saturday, March 31st 10:00 am
  • Where: Meet in the small parking lot in front of the Bank of the West.
  • What to bring: Yourself, a friend, and a large step ladder (if you have one)!

Join us Friday for a powerful film and discussion in partnership with the CB Film Festival.

Happy 1st Day of Summer! Take some time today to do something kind for yourself. Mental Health Matters 💚 #cbsom #youarenotalone

Come join us for our June community connection event at @thriveyoga.crestedbutte coming up this Tuesday! Thank you @thriveyoga.crestedbutte for partnering with us for this incredible opportunity 💚 #mentalwellness #selfcare

We are wrapping up the Gunnison Valley Mental Health Awareness Month with an important event. Join us this Wednesday, 4/26 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm for a “humanizing addiction” video showing, followed by a community/panel discussion. It will be located at the Western UC Movie Theatre. Please feel free to share!

It is important to remind yourself that you’re doing the best you can! While progress may not always be seen, it is there.

Take the time to prioritize your mental health! There’s always going to be highs and lows in life. It is important to learn how to navigate the emotions you are feeling. Questions you can ask yourself are why are you feeling this way, is there anything that is triggering this emotion, and what can I do to make it better?

For mental health awareness month, many members in the community have placed green lights in their homes and businesses. Please share pictures and tag @cb_state_of_mind or use the hashtag #greenlightcampaign to be featured on our page!

Join us TOMORROW at 5:30 pm for a Mental Health Pop Up Exhibit at the Center for the Arts
Check the link to the event for more info:

Already missing the mountain? Us too! During closing weekend we had the wonderful opportunity to talk to community members abouts mental health resources in the valley! You are not alone! Visit (
to find resources.

Need more information about our green light campaign? Check out our website for more details.

We are stronger together! Shed light this month by putting up green light bulbs to show those who are struggling that they are not alone.

Thank you to all of those who have donated to our green light campaign this year! We cannot do it without the support of our amazing
community! If you are still wanting to donate check out our website!

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