We are ending this year with so much and so many to be thankful for. NAMI Davidson is a small agency that leaves a big footprint. Last year our agency documented contacts with 5622 people across the Greater Nashville Area. How we do it with just one full-time employee? We have a phenomenal cadre of dedicated volunteers and supporters. Jerry Grant, Brian Grant and Cindy Grant – yes, they are all family – dedicate themselves to family support, lived experience support, faith outreach and administrative support. Bill and Mary Jean Murphy have taken on caregiver support through a new faith-based initiative, Rosalyn Manning, senior family education lead was joined this year by Marva Southall, Debra Boone and Wendy Townsend with the latter three joining new volunteer Heather Farina as a support group lead. After two years of dedicated work on our youth and family initiative we lost VISTA Annie Brewster, but not before she made a significant impact on our BASICS program. The Walk planning team outdid themselves this past year. Mike Towle, Patience Thomas, Lance Thomas, Annie Brewster, Tosha Meador, Don Berry, Bill Fondren and all our team captains put in countless hours along with event day volunteers to produce a fun and positive event. We had a record year with their help. And our Sponsors, key individual donors and members in their generous support kept us going financially. Continued support from the Tennessee Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse makes it hugely possible for us to exist to serve people with mental health issues and their loved ones. Thanks to all of you! We look forward to a new year made better because you are in it.