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Girl Scout cookie season is back, and that’s something we can all be happy about; but there’s something else Girl Scouts of America is distributing that is even better than cookies: a Mental Health Awareness …

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Guest blog from Minister Monique Tarver, Mental Health and Spirituality Trainer/Wellness Educator. A connection to faith has long been recognized as having a deeply profound impact on the emotional well-being of people. Many studies reveal that …

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Guest blog from Shelley Calissendorff, mental health advocate. Maybe I AM good enough, and maybe I AM smart enough and maybe people really DO like me? When it comes to Stuart Smalley, maybe, just maybe there was some …

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ReachOut is an information and support service that uses evidence based principles and technology to help teens and young adults who are facing tough times and struggling with mental health issues. In our darkest hour, the …

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Stand Against Stigma of Shasta County, Calif.  features the Brave Faces Portrait Gallery, which uses true stories of hope and recovery to fight stigma by improving our understanding of mental health challenges and suicide. This is …

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Walk in Our Shoes, a multifaceted campaign that uses real stories from teens and young adults to teach youth about mental health challenges and mental wellness, has recently introduced the story of Scarlett. Scarlett was a …

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A group of UCLA undergraduate students have come together to found “All of Us: A Campaign to Rethink Mental Health” with the goal of educating others about mental illness. The group hopes to eradicate stigma …

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On Saturday, Jan. 24, more than 170 community members came together for “Telling Our Story to End the Stigma of Mental Illness,” hosted by Sacramento County.  The goal of this community storytelling event was to …

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