Our Story


Don’t let our story end




The semi-colon ; In the mental health community represents someone dealing with a mental illness or loss of someone to suicide.


“A semicolon ; is used when an author could’ve chosen to end their sentence, but chose not to. The author is you and the sentence is your life.


The organizations name came about from my conversations about my own day to day life with mental illness- 


I suffer from depression, anxiety and PTSD. As a mental health advocate, Black Lives Matter activist, I am taking the steps of breaking the stigma of mental health by speaking out about my mental health. 


Healing begins by bringing our communities together and starting a conversation.


Mental Illness does not discriminate!

It does not care if you are black, brown or white! Rich or poor! Young or old! It can affect us all.


Just imagine how much we can accomplish as a community when we come together.


Imagine a world without the stigma of Mental Health!


Don’t let our story end;


Help us, help our community  


Svetlana Chernienko

Founder of “Welcome To My Everyday Foundation”;