Mental Health Awareness Event-in-a-Box We are excited to offer an opportunity for schools to build California’s Mental Health Movement by hosting a mental health awareness event during Mental Health Awareness Month in May. Student-run clubs from …Read more »
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
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
Despite the odds, people can recover. People recover and stay well. It happens all the time. Jamin
The solutions lie within the best attributes of our culture and the strength that that brings us and the spiritual wellness that that brings us. Art
It’s the sphere of judgment of what others will think that prevents people from talking about their loss and ultimately healing. Annabelle
Knowing my authentic self and being proud to share with the world who I truly am, this is the ultimate freedom for me. Michael B.
Do you use social media to connect with others when it comes to mental health awareness? Perhaps you already follow Each Mind Matters on our Facebook page, but did you know we're also on Instagram …Read more »
Ranchers and farmers are vulnerable to all kinds of things—drought, fluctuating crop prices, trade wars—and in part because of those things - depression and suicide. But there's some help out there, from an unlikely source.Read more »
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To spread awareness. - momonamission
To reduce stigma on mental illness, raise awareness of the variety of healthy coping skills and creating a lifelong commitment to healing our minds and lives. - Adele
To spread knowledge and resources about mental health issues today and also being open to sharing my own mental health struggles - Cat
to continue to accept my depression and anxiety, and work those struggles in a positive way! - Terri
To not be judgemental and teach that ideal to my students. - Ms. Hook, Peer Program director