by Anne W. Lupton · 4 comments

We’re not the only ones fighting against the stigma of mental illness. Take a look at what these organizations are doing to help in the fight, not to mention all they do to help individuals with mental illness.

National resources

Local resources

For a more complete list of national and local resources, visit

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manuel celedon September 25, 2013 at 9:02 pm

Every day i wake up it hurts becuse i am afriad life is just going to get worse i just want to kill my self so all the problems can go away. I know i need help but i also know i cant aford it. This world is just so cruel and it hurts so bad.

kidpsychnurse March 18, 2013 at 9:44 am

Great blogs. I esepcially like that your blog features people who sound just like everyday people having a conversaton…no lectures, no talking heads who use words no one can understand without a degree. It alswasy feel like you are sitting across from them at a coffe shop just talking like friends… great job!

vicki lovin January 12, 2010 at 10:22 am

The format is direct and friendly, and it flows beautifully from the stigma definition(s) to our resourceful bloggers and current outreach concepts. It is exciting to read because it is authenically candid as well as encouraging to a potentially wide readership.

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