Many Hearts, One Farm
May 2022 | Edition 9
Mental Health Awareness Month
Providing a safe, judgment-free space for all who walk through our doors has always been at the center of Main Stay’s culture, and core values. A place where everyone feels valued, respected and celebrated for who they are and what they can, rather than cannot, do. The Many Hearts, One Farm logo reminds us that no one heart is better or more important than the other because we need each one in order to create different, but beautiful colors. Just like every paint color on a palette, everyone who walks through the doors of Main Stay plays an equally important part in our mission. YOU matter so much to us. 

Our county, our country and our entire world face an unprecedented mental health crisis among people of all ages. Although Main Stay is not a mental health services provider, love and empathy have been a driving force behind our mission for 35 years, and we want to use this month’s newsletter to check-in and ask you something very important: Are you doing okay? 

If you are struggling with your mental health, you are not alone. We have created a Mental Health Resource List for you in hopes that you will find the help that you need. And for anyone who needs this reminder, please go easy on yourself. Whatever you do today, let it be enough.
Do you know someone who should be featured in our next Spotlight of the Month? Let us know by sending Mikki an email at or you can simply reply to this email!
Memorial Day
Main Stay would like to take this time to honor and remember those who lost their lives while serving in the armed forces.
Upcoming Holidays | Celebrations | Awareness Days
June 1st
First day of LGBTQ Pride Month: Celebrated at the end of June to honor the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer) community and the 1969 Stonewall Uprising in Manhattan. 

June 5th
Shavout: (Jewish) Second of the three Pilgrim Festivals. Originally an agricultural festival. 

Pentecost: (Christian) The descent of the Holy Spirit on the disciples of Jesus after his Ascension. 

June 6th
Whit Monday: (Christian) celebrates the day after the Pentecost

June 12th
Trinity Sunday: (Christian) celebrates the the holy Trinity

June 16th
Corpus Christi: (Roman Catholic, Anglican, and Western Orthodox) Celebration of the presence of the Body and Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ

June 19th
Juneteenth: (U.S. Federal Holiday) Commemorates the emancipation of enslaved African-Americans and celebrates African-American culture. 

Father’s Day: A day to celebrate all the dads in our lives. 

June 21st
Summer Solstice (Midsummer/Litha): (Pagan) The longest day of the year and celebrates the beginning of summer.

Be sure to check out the live Calendar through the link below! You can view the entire year by clicking the blue arrows at top left of the calendar.
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