Mental Health Resources
The actress Glenn Close once said, “What mental health need is more sunlight, more candor, more unashamed conversations.” We agree and with your support, we hope to use this little corner of the internet to bring you more of all three.
— Christine Angelica
Most of your donation, up to 95%, will go to developing our mental health resources and offerings.
- Mental Health America
- National Council for Mental Wellbeing
- National Empowerment Center
- National Institute of Mental Health (Mental Illness Among U.S. Adults)
- President’s New Freedom Commission on Mental Health
- World Health Organization (Disability from Mental Illness)
- National Alliance on Mental Illness
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Smokefree.gov)
- National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc.
- National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism
- Start Your Recovery
- National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
- Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
- American Psychiatric Association Answer Center
- American Psychological Association of Public Education Line
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
- The Trevor Project
Books and Podcasts
Coming soon! Our new Books and Podcasts page is coming soon. You’ll be able to find a list of mental health books that we believe will give you new perspectives, hope, and great advice, a list of podcasts these The One You Feed Podcast, Black Girls Heal, and The Mental Illness Happy Hour, and other educational and entertaining references.
Neuroscientist Kiminobu Sugaya and world-renowned violinist Ayako Yonetani teach a course at UCF called “Music and the Brain.” Turns out, playing an instrument helps to rewire the brain. That’s just genius! READ MORE>
Like an expensive car, your brain functions best when it gets premium fuel. Eating high-quality brain-friendly foods that contain lots of vitamins is good for your mood and will help you minimize mental health symptoms. READ MORE>
Here’s why you should splurge on that once-a-year convertible rental, see Beyoncé in concert, or visit the Grand Canyon: out-of-the-ordinary experiences like these help to overwrite negative memories. READ MORE>