Stamp Out Stigma Launches ‘Share Your Story’ Initiative.

You have taken the Stamp Out Stigma pledge to reduce mental illness and substance use disorder stigma by integrating the “Three Rs (recognize, reeducate and reduce) into your everyday life. Now it is time to focus on the next steps of the campaign – sharing your story.

The Stamp Out Stigma community has tripled in size since the campaign first launched in 2013. Now we want to hear from you. Real stories and real experiences will help change the conversation around mental illness and substance use disorders, so help us make a difference by taking the following steps.

  • Share your story. You pledged to talk about mental health and addiction, but you need more than a tweet to do so. Sharing your story is just one step in changing the conversation, but it has such an enormous impact on the way people view mental health and substance use disorders. If you would like to share your story with, please fill out the form below.



  • Check social media. Every once in a while we ask our for our supporters’ thoughts on certain mental health and addiction topics. Your responses may be used in our upcoming blogs, so be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
  • We want to hear from you. Whether you want to say hello or share an article you found on mental health or addiction, don’t hesitate to reach out on Facebook and Twitter!

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