Michael Sodini is the founder of Walk The Talk America. The Walk the Talk America initiative is a non-profit dedicated to making positive change in relationship to mental health.
Connie Wray lost her 25-year-old step-daughter to suicide in 2018, now works in Suicide Prevention Advocacy and recently partnered with Walk The Talk America.
Vara Safety joins Walk the Talk America to promote mental health safety to gun owners and within the firearms industry.
Lipsey’s, a leading national firearms distributor, donates to help WTTA further its mission to bridge the gap between mental health awareness and the firearms industry.
Walk the Talk America announce new board member and treasurer; Dustin Jones, CPA board member and CFO (SVP) of Armscor Precision International.
Armscor International Inc. is partnering with Walk the Talk America to provide funding for mental health awareness.
Michael founded Walk The Talk America (WTTA). WTTA focuses on mental health issues and suicide prevention in the firearm community.
Life is more complex than press-release-sound-bites about gun-control. We’re slowly recognizing the problem of mental health. Responsible gun owners are building their own solutions.
Walk The Talk America partners with Zephyr Wellness to bring informative training sessions to mental health practitioners across the country to learn about the gun culture and end the stigma.
According to their mission WTTA “is to fund research and development for outreach and promotion of mental health to reduce the misconceptions and prejudices that exist when it comes to mental illness
Walk The Talk America has partnered with Eagle Imports and will be putting in a Mental Health flyer in every new Bersa, Metro Arms and Avidity Arms firearm starting in March 2019.
Walk The Talk America, a non profit to further fund research and development for outreach and discussion between firearms industry, owners and the mental health industry will at booth 2530 at SHOT.
Michael Sodini believes that the firearms industry can play a significant role in changing bad laws when it comes to mental health and firearms all the while funding programs that make the difference