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Los Angeles Sparks’ President and COO, Danita Johnson, with members of the Fullerton Joint Union High School District NJROTC Color Guard

An Opportunity for Transformative Change

The Los Angeles Sparks have developed a campaign infrastructure focused on mental health and well-being that casts a greater spotlight on women in active duty, women veterans, and their families in an effort to highlight their dedication and the positive influence they continue to make in our lives.
Spark the True You, presented in partnership with the Los Angeles County Departments of Military and Veterans Affairs and Department of Mental Health, educates, assists, and activates a growing community of support across Southern California for women in active duty, women veterans, and their families who are looking for ways to be successful and achieve their ultimate physical, spiritual, emotional, mental health and well-being goals.
Additionally, the campaign inspires a movement to normalize the experience of mental illness and other related health issues and breaks through the barriers that continue to hold many women in active duty and veterans back from reaching out for assistance and taking advantage of available resources.
The campaign inludes innovative influencer partnerships with organizations providing promotional support and content development, that fosters opportunities for individuals to take personal actions to spark their truth in their own communities as a benefit to themselves and to their fellow sisters.
The Los Angeles Sparks will work to bridge the gaps within the academic, political, business, healthcare, nonprofit, social service, and alternative therapy spaces by leveraging their close relationships within each sector throughout the duration of the campaign.

Partners and Community Audience
Contributing Partners

Official Press Release


LA County Department of Mental Health is the largest public mental health department in the United States. DMH provides services that promote hope, recovery and wellbeing, including case management, crisis intervention, medication support, peer support, psychotherapy and other rehabilitative services to the County’s most vulnerable residents.


The LA County Department of Military and Veterans Affairs (DMVA) provides assistance to LA County veterans, active service members and their families with resources, programs, services and state and federal benefits, including: compensation and pension claims, burial benefits and services, medical and mental health referral, education and vocational rehabilitation, home loans and grants applications, employment and job placement assistance, DMV veteran designation, legal service referrals, appeal processes, incarcerated veterans and aid and attendance.