Jamie Alimorad Continues Mental Health Awareness With “Brighter Days” Live Accoustic Video
“Brighter Days” live acoustic video, set for May release, highlights Mental Health Awareness Month as recording artist Jamie Alimorad continues his philanthropic endeavors with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
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Mental Health Awareness Month has been observed in May in the United States since 1949. Established by the Mental Health America organization, millions are reached through media, local events, and screenings. According to the American Foundation of Suicide Prevention, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention Data & Statistics Fatal Injury Report stated in 2017, 47,173 Americans died by suicide, the 10th leading cause of death in the country, with 90% of those deaths having a diagnosable mental health condition at the time of death.
Filmed at In Flight Music Studios, award-winning singer/songwriter Jamie Alimorad and guitarist Pete Pidgeon deliver a heartfelt and intimate live performance video of Alimorad’s hit single “Brighter Days”. The “Brighter Days” Music Video is live on YouTube, and the single is available on all major digital stores and streaming platforms.
“Brighter Days” continues its ascension up New Music Weekly’s Hot100 reaching a new high of #57. Additionally, “Brighter Days” has placed Chartbound at AC/Hot AC and Up & Coming at CHR radio. “Brighter Days” makes big swings in upward momentum on Spotify and Apple Music respectively. Alimorad’s album “This Is Tomorrow Calling” has reached 500,000 streams across all platforms.
Mental Health Facts & Figures:
Here are some data points you can use to speak to the scope of mental health.
- 1 in 5 adults in America experience a mental illness.
- Nearly 1 in 25 (10 million) adults in America live with a serious mental illness.
- One-half of all chronic mental illness begins by the age of 14; three-quarters by the age of 24.
- Approximately 10.2 million adults have co-occurring mental health and addiction disorders.
*National Council for Behavior Health
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