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Minnesota United will be recognizing Mental Health Awareness during their match against the LA Galaxy on Wednesday, May 15. Presented by Allina Health, the game will feature various in-game elements aimed at providing resources, sharing player stories, sparking dialogue, and educating the public about the importance of mental health.

In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month in May, Minnesota United has launched a webpage with resources to help educate fans and the general public about mental health. By visiting mnufc.com/mental-health-awareness, individuals can access a list of local and national resources, as well as tips for athletes and non-athletes on how to care for their mental health.

As part of Mental Health Awareness Month, Minnesota United has partnered with organizations like Allina Health, RECLAIM, and NAMI Minnesota to raise awareness and provide support for those struggling with mental illnesses. This effort is not limited to just one night but extends throughout the whole month and every year.

Before the match against the Galaxy, fans can expect to see a video on MNUFC’s social channels and on the videoboard inside Allianz Field featuring Loons first-team players Tani Oluwaseyi, Devin Padelford, and Zarek Valentin discussing mental health topics openly and honestly. The video aims to break down stigmas surrounding mental illnesses and encourage open dialogue about these issues.

As part of Mental Health Awareness Month, MNUFC players will wear green ribbons on their jersey tops during the match against the Galaxy. After the game ends, five player-worn jerseys will be auctioned off at silent auctions around Allianz Field to benefit NAMI Minnesota. These auctions aim to raise funds for an organization that supports those affected by mental illnesses through education, advocacy

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