Interactive Mood Walls in Williamson & Rutherford Counties
“Vulnerability begets vulnerability, so when you open up and you have that conversation with somebody it validates those emotions in somebody else. What we’ve seen in this campaign is that people start talking, and it’s good and it’s healthy and it’s fun! It’s encouraging, and you know that someone else out there in your own community is feeling the same things that you’re feeling.” Insight’s Director of Development & Marketing, Taylor Cochran, was live on Facebook with Williamson Source today, sharing about the #FranklinMood campaign for Mental Health Awareness Month. Stop by St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in downtown Franklin, or check out our other locations, and choose your mood!