Sasha Wolff: Still I Run - Mental Health Warriors
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When Sasha Wolff discovered the benefits of running for mental health, she wanted to connect with others who did the same thing.  She couldn’t find an existing group, so she created her own, Still I Run.  What began as a Facebook page and website is now a non-profit charity and a community of runners over 16,000 strong.
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