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by Jude Jacob October 02, 2022 1 Comment
I’m Sasha Wolff, founder of the non-profit organization Still I Run - Runners for Mental Health Awareness. Still I Run has been around since 2016, but the idea for it came years earlier after I was hospitalized with depression and anxiety. In the hospital, they taught us that healthy habits can be key in managing a mental illness. For me, that healthy habit turned out to be running!
After discovering the power of medication, therapy, and running for mental health, I started looking for a community of people I could connect to that also used running for mental health. I looked for years and never found anything. So, I started it myself. What started as a small Facebook page and website, is now a flourishing community of close to 20,000 people.
Today, Still I Run is the only non-profit organization and running community that promotes the benefits of running for mental health. We also provide a safe space for people to share their experiences of dealing with depression/anxiety etc. through running or any other type of physical activity and offer a few programs that reinforce our mission. One of those is the Starting Line Scholarship!
The Starting Line Scholarship is a program aimed at helping people overcome any barriers when it comes to running for mental health. We’ll give you all the tools needed to get started such as running shoes and clothes, a virtual coach, a training plan, entry to your first 5K or 10K and more. The journey of
running for mental health starts today with you and Still I Run.
It’s 100% free to apply for and participate in the program. We accept applications year round and award on a quarterly basis! To learn more, or to apply, visit our website!
My personal hope with Still I Run is that not only will we inspire others to run for their mental health, but that we can help defeat the stigma as well! So many of us deal with mental health conditions and we’re truly not alone. I hope Still I Run can help drive that point home!
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