Our Initiatives:

I left combat in 2005, but still struggle today. I started on a different journey, a different battle. We are normal, but what we did in combat wasn’t. You are not alone, so reach out. Joe
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
I accept that I have depression issues, I have anxiety issues, and I work on it. It isn’t just I’m going to take a magic pill and get better. David
I have been able to now function for my family and I would want everyone to know that if they need help, not to be afraid to seek help Marie
When you have a small garden like this, you can come to it, and all of a sudden you forget about the stress. Chua Cher
Despite the odds, people can recover. People recover and stay well. It happens all the time. Jamin

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Many first-generation immigrant parents are leery of acknowledging and addressing mental health problems. So psychiatrists at Stanford University are turning to an unlikely art form to start the conversation: theater.

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