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Race for mental health

The rain hasn’t deterred runners this weekend. Early Saturday morning, racers made their way out to Snake River Landing in Idaho Falls for the 4th Annual “Hustle for Mental Health” 5K.

Rehabilitative Health put on this race to help raise awareness of “Suicide prevention, awareness, and resources.”

Last year, the group raised more than $8,300 for the Center for Hope. This year all the funds will be donated to the Behavioral Health and Crisis Center.

May is mental health awareness month.

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