A broad coalition of people have signed on to share anti-stigma program information with their communities and share stories that promote positive attitudes, dispel stereotypes and model hope, wellness and recovery. This includes individuals living in recovery, family members, advocates, healthcare providers, business leaders, educators, ethnic groups, and community and faith-based organizations. The list of partners continues to grow and we'd like to recognize them here.

If your organization is interested in signing up to be a project partner, please fill out the Partnership Checklist found here.



Did You Know?

Abraham Lincoln lived with severe depression and Winston Churchill lived with bipolar disorder.

Countless successful actors, writers, musicians and artists have lived with mental illness, including: Catherine Zeta Jones, Carrie Fisher, Margot Kidder and Ludwig van Beethoven.

News broadcasters Jane Pauley and Mike Wallace have publicly documented their bipolar disorder and clinical depression.

Olympian gold medalist Michael Phelps frequently discusses his Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder. Other famous athletes with mental illness include Golden Glove winner Jimmy Piersall, baseball players Dontrelle Willis and Zack Greinke and former football greats Lionel Aldridge, Herschel Walker and Greg Montgomery.

Read on to find out what's being done — and how you can help.

This program is funded by the Division of Behavioral Health Services through the voter approved Proposition 63, Mental Health Services Act (MHSA).