Amber K. Mersing Foundation, Inc. operating as The Sunflower Effect was created in memory Amber, a beautiful, intelligent, caring young women who lost her battle to addiction.
Amber touched the heart of everyone that she came in contact with. Throughout her battles with depression and addiction, she wanted to help others.
I think what Koriann wrote below sums what my feelings exactly. I love when people that have been through hell walk out of the flames carrying buckets of water for those still consumed by fire. - Koriann E. These are the HOPE Warriors, they have and still are battling...read more
CHOICE OR DISEASE? IT DOESN'T MATTER. EVERYONE DESERVES HELP AND A CHANCE AT LIFE. #SHATTERTHESTIGMA #ENDTHEHATE #SILENCEKILLS Sunday morning, Alexis Johnson drove from Harrisburg to Philadelphia to spend 3½ hours getting covered head to toe in black body paint. A...read more
So proud of these women. They created a powerful display of what is going on. Right at city hall in Philadelphia, PA. This is what matters, we are loosing to many loved ones every single day. We must stand up and fight this. End The Hate! Shatter The Stigma! Please...read more
Today, we would like to share some very good articles on addiction and resources. U.S. charges more than 400 people in health fraud schemes and opioid scams worth $1.3 billion Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions said the record number of arrests, which included more than 120...read more
We are proud to be partnering with Bipolar Barbie on her mission to make conversations about mental illness normal.
Please support her at Attitude Apparel by Bipolar Barbie, she is a major contributor to Sunflower Effect.
- End the stigma with addiction and mental illness
- Educate people on the epidemic and this health crisis
- Celebrate recovery