Each Mind Matters, it is for me, just the acknowledgement that everybody is deserving of mental health. Margaret
“Things happen and sometimes we don’t understand it, but ultimately, if we have hope and remember that we are all here for a reason and purpose, recovery is real and possible.” Scarlett
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
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
The first stigma I have to say was the stigma of me as a parent. I did not see myself having a daughter with a mental illness. I saw myself with a daughter who was misdiagnosed but just simply shy. Oscar
Amanda
I accepted that I had the disease and that I just couldn’t ignore it because it was just a risk not worth taking. I’m still realizing my dream, but I’m also taking care of myself. Michelle
When I see people, I see this look on their face when they hear more about culture, they hear more about the history, they can accept themselves. Janet

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The 2016 Directing Change Statewide Winners!

Today, Directing Change held the fourth annual award ceremony at the Alex Theatre in Glendale, Calif. to honor statewide winners of its youth film contest. Winners were selected in three separate categories: Mental Health Matters, Suicide Prevention and Through …

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