Mather, CA – 6/6/2021 – Veteran nonprofit Nation’s Finest will host a Mental Health Resource Fair on Wednesday, June 8th in Mather, providing information to veterans about resources in the community. The event is scheduled from 9:30-11:30 a.m. at Mather Veteran’s Village, located at 10621 Schirra Avenue.

This is the third time Nation’s Finest has hosted a Mental Health Fair to this scale in the last two years, having served nearly a thousand members of the community with referrals and services at mental health-focused events since 2020. This recent history upholds a long-standing tradition as Nation’s Finest celebrates 50 years of service to veterans throughout 2022.

Organizations from across the community will be in attendance to discuss a variety of mental health and self-care practices. Booths with feature topics such as: animal therapy, wellness, recovery, mental health resources, yoga & meditation, financial literacy, and employment resources. Complimentary lunch will be provided to all guests who complete an event stamp card.

Veterans of all eras and branches of service are welcome. No registration is necessary. Anyone from the community is welcome to come ask questions and learn more from service providers. Questions about the event can be directed to Leanna Deaton at 916-307-8965 or

Nation’s Finest staff overseeing the Mental Health Resource Fair and executive leadership are available for interviews upon request. Media are welcome to attend, but please coordinate in advance using the contact information below:

For press inquiries or interview requests contact:

Mark Miller
Communications Director
Nation’s Finest

At Nation’s Finest, our mission is to support America’s military veterans and their families with a comprehensive approach to housing, health, and employment that helps them achieve self-sufficiency and reach their full potential. With more than 30 locations in 15 mostly rural communities in California, Arizona, and Nevada, each year we provide critical services and support to more than 7,000 veterans and their families. Our facilities are staffed by a diverse, professional, and talented group of individuals who are committed to serving all veterans in a respectful and positive way. To donate or volunteer, visit or call 1-833-468-9676.