Check out our Gardens for Hope Project Partners!

Gardens for Hope is a project that uses the sunflower as a positive symbol of HOPE to help eliminate mental health stigma around the world.  We ask you to joinContinue Reading

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Finding Hope Through Change: How A Horse Helped Strengthen My Root Chakra

Life hasn’t been easy lately. I’ve recently moved to a new home in a new state, had a major shift with work, and celebrated my 45th birthday, which made meContinue Reading

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Global Day for Hope Supports 350 Million with Depression

The International Foundation for Research and Education on Depression (iFred) launched its first annual Global Day for Hope on May 2, 2015, to support the 350 million people living withContinue Reading

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10 years of #GrandChallenges, #innovativesolutions and its significance for #globalmentalhealth

Bill & Melinda

Last week, from the 6th to the 10th of October, I got the opportunity to attend the #GrandChallenges in #globalhealth annual meeting in Seattle. This year’s anniversary event, attended byContinue Reading

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Bridging the Mental Health Treatment Gap Must Be a Global Priority

Equal Treatment Closing the Gap

    Every year, the World Health Organization (WHO) organizes the mhGAP Forum as part of its annual partnership event on mental health. The mhGAP Forum is an informal groupContinue Reading

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Young and Vulnerable: The biggest tragedy regarding youth mental illness is collective inaction

This year, United Nations International Youth Day (IYD), on August 12, has been designated to celebrate the importance of youth mental health with the slogan ‘Mental Health Matters’. This isContinue Reading

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