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Black Tech Start-up Supports Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

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July is Minority Mental Health Awareness Month and the executive team behind OnceLogix is spreading awareness to stomp out the stigma behind mental illness. OnceLogix, one of the nation’s top companies for creating web-based solutions for the health care industry kicked off a national Twitter Contest titled, #Sharenote to encourage and welcome organizations and individuals around the world to join them in raising awareness of mental illness, treatment and research in diverse communities. “ It is our mission to raise awareness about minority mental health issues and about available education and support programs in the black community,” said Rod Brown, the co-founder and Chief Operations Officer of OnceLogix, LLC. The online contest runs until July 31st where the winner will be announced on via FaceBook and Twitter.

About Sharenote:
ShareNote.com, a product of OnceLogix, LLC, based in Winston-Salem, NC, is a secure, HIPPA-compliant, web-based software – known as SAAS – software-as-a-service. The product helps medical professionals manage their clients healthcare information, medical records, appointment scheduling, and confidentially share notes with other clinicians.

One-day left to enter the online contest using hashtag #sharenote to win an IPAD Mini!
To register click the link here: https://2935d0.campgn2.com/MinorityMentalHealthContest
For more information about Sharenote log onto www.sharenote.com .

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