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Directing Change Program & Film Contest announced the regional finalists in the fifth annual student film contest. Young people throughout the state of California submitted 60-second films about suicide prevention and mental health to start …

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Guest Blog By: Richard Hoppe* It is a chilly February 23rd at 11:37 p.m. and I am falling in slow motion to my knees. I have been cursing at God for the last rage-filled hour. Despite …

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By Stephanie Covington Armstrong Until I found myself battling with bulimia then anorexia, I had always assumed as an African-American woman, my skin color and precarious socio-economic status granted me immunity from eating disorders. Every book …

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Of the 1.7 million veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, it is estimated that 20 percent live with post-traumatic stress disorder or major depression. These conditions can have a significant impact on returning vets’ …

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Every Monday we've been sharing with you a remarkable artist featured on Each Mind Matters #MillionsLikeMe Music for Mental Health Album. On today's vlog (video + blog) you can watch the recap of the June …

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Last month, Each Mind Matters held the very first Music for Mental Health event on the CSU East Bay campus in Hayward, Calif. The event spotlighted talented young artists who use their music as an …

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Youth from across California joined music industry leaders for the “#MillionsLikeMe Music for Mental Health” event to discuss the power of music in reducing mental health stigma. Held at California State University, East Bay and made …

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If you’re LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and/or Questioning) young person, and going through a tough time, you’re not alone. Whether you’re trying to figure out your own identity or want to learn how …

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