Our Initiatives:

There’s this sort of fear, this fear of being found out, this fear of living a life that you’re afraid people will only see what they deem wrong. Monique
For Cambodians it is a difficult thing to talk about mental illness. I hope that you are brave enough to seek help because mental illness can be helped. Sam
I think definitely by sharing your story, whether they’re people of color or just anybody in general, that this is not a life sentence. I think when we share our personal stories we give hope. Keris
I think it’s important that every parent does or do as much as they can for their own child and go beyond the stigmas that have been created by society, your culture or your own families. Lila
One thing about stigma is that it says you can’t do anything because you have a mental illness, that’s a lie. That’s only true if you let it be true. Daniel
Absolutely don’t quit, don’t give up, don’t take no for an answer. Belinda

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Watch Films and End Stigma!

Do you have an artistic eye and a passion for advancing mental health awareness? Here’s your chance to make a difference for young people across California! The Directing Change Program & Film Contest needs judges …

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New Resource for the African American Community

Guest Blog By: Each Mind Matters African American Strategic Council* Just in time for Black History Month, the Each Mind Matters African American Strategic Council is pleased to announce the release of the “Mental Health in the …

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