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Changing the Way We Talk About Mental Health

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We are a growing movement of people living and working with mental health conditions. We share our stories to inspire others and change how people think about mental health.

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Stability Leaders are living proof that you can recover and achieve stability – and our society can be better for it.

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Misconceptions around mental health won't change unless we share stories of hope and recovery. We are dedicated to making positive stories about mental health more plentiful than the stories of fear and negativity.

Our Stability Leaders are trained to open the dialogue at your workplace, health care setting, or community group and will help you take it from there.

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Coping with a mental health condition can be daunting. Know that you and your loved ones are not alone.

Our Leaders use a variety of resources to help them on their paths to stability. Whatever symptoms and experiences you or your loved one is facing, there is help available. Our list of resources includes helplines, support groups, recommended reading, and information to help you on your journey.

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On the Blog

Stability Leaders share insights on recovery and living with a mental health condition.

Unveiling privilege in mental health recovery

When I first became a public mental health advocate, I was solely focused on the message that it’s possible to bounce back from a mental health crisis and manage — thrive, even — with a diagnosis such as Bipolar 1. My ambition was relatively modest, thinking that perhaps I would reach someone else who received an intimidating diagnosis and felt ostracized and “doomed.”

October 20, 2020

Asian American advocates changing the narrative on mental health

Protecting mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic has been challenging for most people, especially Asian Americans, who have been unfairly used as scapegoats. With the president leading others to use the term “China virus,” hate crimes and other forms of racism and aggression toward Asian Americans have surged, harming the community’s mental health.

October 6, 2020

You’re not alone: Stability Leaders share their mental health challenges and management strategies during COVID-19

If you’ve been feeling increases in depression, anxiety, or other mental health impacts during this pandemic, you’re not alone. We recently conducted a survey of Stability Leaders to determine how COVID-19 is impacting them. Here’s what we found from 45 respondents from across the U.S.

August 25, 2020