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 »
May is Mental Health Matters Month. Show your support by wearing a lime green ribbon. Mental Health Matters Month
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 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
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
People are being heard now and the invisible wounds of war are really being accepted and taken seriously. Charlotte
It was so hard and still difficult for me to be told it’s not your fault. There’s this guilt that takes over and you have to remind yourself that it is a disease. Neil
What is Stigma?
On Tuesday, May 22, 2018 the winners of the 6th annual Directing Change Program & Film Contest were announced at an awards ceremony at The Theatre at the Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Youth filmmakers …Read more »
Your mental health is inseparable from your physical health. Not a revolutionary concept, but what is astounding is the stigmatization that still surrounds men who dare to talk about their mental struggles.Read more »
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To raise awareness and talk about stigmatizing those with mental health challenges. - Mo
To speak up. - Sctrojen
To continue providing support groups for people struggling with unipolar or bipolar depression. To advocate for mandatory educational programs in all schools in all grades. - Jeff1951
I am strengthing the mental health movement. I believe in healing through action, power through diversity and power through collaboration, everyone deserves the opportunity to live a healthy happy productive life, people experiencing mental health challenges can and do get better by talking openly and honestly about mental health. We can help make this possible together we can! - Cherry
To keep talking about mental health and facilitating brain-science education leveraging bbrfoundation.org, NIMH.nih.gov and NAMI.org and EachMindMatters.org to cure stigma! - President, NAMI El Dorado County