Join Us for 'I'm Listening' 2020: Talk Has the Power To Save Lives

Artist, Athletes, and more continue the mental health conversation on September 23
I'm Listening 2020
By , Audacy

RADIO.COM's I’m Listening broadcast line up has arrived. With the power of shared stories and experiences from artists, athletes, and health professionals we ask you to join us for a special two hour event on Wednesday, September 23 at 6PM. Be a part of the broadcast on every RADIO.COM station and help us show how talk has the power to save lives.

During National Suicide Prevention Month and beyond, the I’m Listening initiative aims to ensure that mental health conversations are seen as commonplace and met with acceptance.

This year we’re joining forces with Jon Bon JoviKaty PerryThomas RhettLuke CombsG-Eazy, and members of Guns N' RosesCage the ElephantTLC, along with so many more in order to feel empowered when it comes to having candid conversations around mental health. Each artist's story aims to change how we approach discussing mental health, while also serving as an inspirational moment. I’m Listening is here to remind us all that it is okay not to be okay.

The two hour special broadcast will highlight shared mental health experiences while also acting as a resource for those simply looking to connect, heal, and share. Throughout the show, listeners can call in for advice or a moment to share a story. The I’m Listening broadcast is a safe space.

Leading up to our September 23 show you can catch special moments with the stars from our lineup right here and at Also, we ask that you share your story to possibly be featured during the broadcast.

During a time where we need compassion more than ever, I’m Listening is here to provide us all with a few hours filled with kindness, community, and support.

RADIO.COM’s I’m Listening initiative aims to encourage those who are dealing with mental health issues to understand they are not alone. If you or anyone you know is struggling with depression or anxiety, know that someone is always there. Additionally, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1-800-273-8255.

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