David Emmett-Hulet lives with Major Depressive Disorder, ADHD, PTSD, various anxiety disorders, and some elements of OCD. He works as the Quality Utilization Lead Reviewer for the House of Hope, a substance abuse recovery program for women who are pregnant or have newborn children based in Utah. David has a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing from the University of Glasgow in Scotland. He is a champion for Mental Health: sitting on the State Advisory Committee for Recipient Rights, chairing the Recipient Rights committee at U of M, and is a member of the Recipient Rights committee at St. Joe’s/Chelsea. David volunteers regularly with NAMI Washtenaw: as a trained Peer-to-Peer Facilitator, a Connection Support Group Facilitator, a trained Ending the Silence Youth and Adult speaker, and an active participant in various other advocacy roles through the Mental Health Matters committee. When he’s not advocating for Mental Health awareness, David loves to play Ultimate Frisbee, do jigsaw puzzles, and spend time with his husband, Brady, and their 4-month-old son, Callum.