“Suicide affects everyone. That’s why it’s imperative that mental health resources are available to all, this includes gun owners. The non-profit Walk the Talk America’s mission is to save lives.”
WTTA in the Media
Mike Sodini and Jake Wiskerchen guest on the Talking Lead Podcast. They discuss how gun laws are purposely discriminatory, inherently racist and undeniably unconstitutional. Jake educates us on the mental health therapy side of things and Mike talks about how WTTA has been instrumental in bridging the communication gap between the firearms industry and the mental health industry.
Vara Safety, the handgun safe made for protection, has joined up with WTTA to help spread WTTA’s message of “Mental Health, it’s ok to talk about it” with a commitment to explore new technologies to help save lives.
Rob Pincus and Kevin Dixie have a conversation about the importance of talking to people outside of the gun community about gun rights… even people who you believe are already “against us.”
We’re pleased that Walk the Talk America was mentioned in an opinion piece on Ammoland by John Petrolino titled “Anti-Freedom Groups, Exploiting Suicide, and What’s Next?”
Read a letter by WTTA board member Kenyon Gleason about strength, courage, and dedication with a shoutout to WTTA.
WTTA trustee and licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Jake Wiskerchen, was a guest on GunFreedomRadio to discuss America’s ongoing mental health crisis.
Press release — Armscor International, Inc. has partnered with Walk the Talk America to provide funding for mental health awareness in the form of a $2,500 ongoing monthly donation.