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In this video you will hear from Mental Health America of Central Carolinas Compeer participants and volunteers on why they choose to change lives by offering their friendship and support to those affected by a mental health diagnosis. You are not your diagnosis. To find out more about MHA's Compeer program and how you can get involved visit http://mhacentralcarolinas.org. Produced by flatbreadmedia.com
Produced by Amy Campbell and Flatbread Media, this is a public service announcement to end the stigma associated with Mental Illness. Mental Health Matters: It's Time to Talk. 8 brave Mental Health America of Central Carolina storytellers talk about mental health.
In this video you will hear first hand the struggles of alcohol addiction and depression, and how NCLAP can help. If you see something say something. There is surely someone else who is suffering too, you could be a turning point in their life.
In this series of videos: Mental Health Matters; It's Time to Talk. Breaking Stigma One Conversation at a Time. Tyler Green and his Grandma Ruby inspire us that the journey to recovering from mental illness is a miracle in progress.
Tragically, Tyler's journey was cut too short. He was murdered on June 7, 2015 at the age 18. "Show me a hero and I'll write you a tragedy," F.S Fitzgerald.
Tyler and Ruby are true Hero's of Mental Health.
There is no shame in sharing. By talking about mental health issues we are breaking the stigma associated with Mental Illness, the last great stigma of the 20th Century.
Produced by Amy Campbell and Flatbread Media, this video depicts the emotional trials of the Davidson Community as they tackle their unusually high rate of suicide in 2013. Hear from the community leaders, and suicide survivors as they take loving and supportive steps to help decrease suicide and start having the hard conversations related to mental illness.