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1. Share personal stories in various platforms: Stories of coping with mental health and substance use disorders can be shared in public forums, newspapers, magazines, and social media. These personal stories can help others understand and appreciate the challenges that people with these conditions face.
2. Participate in public events: Attending or organizing public events that focus on increasing awareness about mental health and substance use disorders can help reduce stigma.
3. Support research and evidence-based treatments: Supporting research and treatment initiatives can help to combat stigma. Research can help to address the underlying causes of these conditions and provide evidence-based treatments.
4. Educate your family, friends, and community: Educating people around you about mental health and substance use disorders and how to recognize and respond to them can help to reduce the stigma associated with these conditions.
5. Advocate for change in policy and stigma-reducing initiatives: By speaking up and advocating for change in public policies and stigma-reducing initiatives such as suicide prevention, mental health and substance use disorder funding. We will help to reduce the stigma associated with these conditions
By joining you'll receive our monthly newsletters with information on what we're doing to fight stigma and to make our communities a better place, notification for upcoming events AND you will be eligible to receive one of our free No Judgment No Stigma T-Shirts!