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Guest blog from Lisa Smuz, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor Finally, a New Year’s resolution you’ll actually have fun keeping: Play with your smartphone more. In fact, doing so might even turn out to be a great way …

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The 7th International Together Against Stigma Conference in San Francisco this February provides a forum for people with lived experience, researchers, practitioners, advocates, members of the media and policymakers to discuss effective interventions to combat stigma and …

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The global mental health community will convene in San Francisco from February 18-20 for the 7th International Together Against Stigma Conference, one of the largest mental health gatherings in the world and the only one solely focused on the topic …

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This February the QPR Institute for the American Association of Suicidology is proudly sponsoring the inaugural Paul G. Quinnett Lived Experience Writing Prize, giving survivors of attempted suicide and ideation a chance to have their …

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In our Native American communities, mini-grants were awarded to organizations that utilized Native Communities of Care messaging as well as integrating stigma and discrimination reduction messages into a new or existing program. From July 1 …

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The recently launched Each Mind Matters Program & Resource Catalogue is a searchable website that features programs, resources, and tools produced through the California Mental Health Services Authority (CalMHSA). Serving as a “hub” of the various programs …

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The international mental health community will gather in San Francisco February 18–20, 2015, marking the first time the International Together Against Stigma Conference will be held in the United States since its inception in 2001. The 7th International Together …

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It’s the start of a new year and a great time to focus on our overall health. Good nutrition and daily exercise are important to start the year off right, but don’t forget about your mental …

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The new year is upon us and we’re excited for another year of progress built on the great work in 2014. From empowering community members to start the conversation, growing the movement and engaging with Californians online and …

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