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I AM ISIAH is always happy to support other organizations events. From walks to table events to festivals and everything in between, we are happy to get out in the community and talk to people about depression and mental illness. 

In September 2013 I AM ISIAH attended AFSP's Out of the Darkness Walk at Genesee Valley Park. Karen Heisig of AFSP and Osi Johnson, CEO of I AM ISIAH were interviewed by Rochester's YNN, who covered the event.

We also did our first event with Generation News. They are an amazing organization that changes the way that the youth in our communities view themselves by flooding them with positive images of themselves and their peers. Helping teens feel better about themselves is a good first step in having adults who feel better about themselves.

 AM I MY OWN TROUBLE? This event was put on by the Memorial AME Zion Church on Clarissa Street. 

In 2013 we were invited to attend the Stop the Violence Walk and set up a table at the Clarissa Street Reunion. We talked to everyone we met and told them our story. But the best part was hearing their stories, and letting people know that they are not alone in the struggle. There are organizations that can help us with our problems.

Through the years we have done table events with Jordan Health Center, Pinnacle Nursing Home, at the Joseph Ave Festival, at Stahlen Stadium and Frontier Field. We have set up tables at Clarissa Street and as far away as Warsaw NY.