Last year, we collaborated with a strategic council of LGBTQ+ community leaders and stakeholders to create mental health materials for three key segments of the LGBTQ+ population: young adults, older adults and providers working with …Read more »
Know that each day that you’re breathing, each day that you get out of bed, regardless of how insignificant they may seem, are actually signs that there’s life to live. Dennis
I think anybody can push through. I’m not saying it’s the fun road. Happiness makes up in height what it lacks in length. Alexandra
What is Stigma?
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.
People are being heard now and the invisible wounds of war are really being accepted and taken seriously. Charlotte
I knew then, I mean it was very clear that someday I would be back to do something about this and change it for others that followed. Sally & Jay
As Mental Health Matters Month marches on, you have continued to raise your voices to spread mental health awareness in counties all across California. Keep up the good work! We are excited to share more …Read more »
NBPA Executive Director Michele Roberts says the union has "heard our players' stories and are making mental health a priority now."Read more »
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to learn more - Bene
To always be open to others feelings and ready to share my path to health to encourage others. - Jen17
To make sure everyone feels safe and that no matter what you are going through, no matter how bad the depression or suicidal thoughts, somebody will be there. - lilli
To be their for someone as much as possibe who is in emotional distress or suffering from a mental illness. - Sabeen
To remove the stigma of mental health and create safe environments for athletes and coaches to participate. - Chocolate Drop