Interfaith Community Services Presents: Change Your Mind

Free Inaugural Mental Health Festival 

Changing the Mental Health Conversation One mind, One life at a time 

Mental health is on our mind. 

Interfaith Community Services is launching a unique initiative designed to change the conversation surrounding mental health – one mind and one life at a time. Interfaith will host the inaugural Change Your Mind festival on Saturday, Sept. 10, 2022 from 11 a.m. to -4p.m. at the Viasat campus in Carlsbad. 

Attendees will be able to experience a full day of workshops, panels, and breakout sessions. Event topics include Belonging, Destigmatizing Mental Health; Tools to Survive and Thrive; and Healing through the Arts. Attendees can also take part in traditional and modern wellness experiences and activities such as live music, dance performances, Yoga, guided meditation, sound baths, and much more. 

This free event is open to the entire community with activities for people of all ages. Event participants will help build awareness throughout San Diego about the importance of mental health and wellness. Please join us and help change the conversation around mental health – one mind and one life at a time! If you are interested in attending, secure your spot today: please visit 

Exhibitor and Sponsorship opportunities are Available: Contact Shira Jacobs for more information 

What: Change Your Mind Mental Health Festival 

When: Saturday, Sept. 10, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Where: Viasat, Carlsbad, CA 

Register/Learn More:  or on our event calendar here

# # # 

About Interfaith Community Services 

As North County’s largest social services agency, Interfaith Community Services (Interfaith) has been “helping people help themselves” since 1979. The organization provides a wide range of programs designed to empower hungry, homeless, and low-income community members to begin a pathway towards self-sufficiency. Each year, Interfaith Community Services impacts more than 20,000 community members by providing basic needs and nutrition support, social services, shelters and housing, employment development, youth programs, senior services, veterans programs and addiction recovery support. For more information, visit