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TEAM Up brings together mental health experts, entertainment industry professionals and journalists to encourage deeper reporting and more accurate depictions of people living with mental illness.
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The TEAM Up Reporting on Mental Health Style Guide and toolkit help journalists get the story right when it comes to mental health and suicide.See All Resources
Entertainment Industry Resources
TEAM Up has First Draft resources to help the entertainment industry craft accurate portrayals of mental health for television and movies.See All Resources
Toolkits, social media guidelines and more resources help guide the mental health community to effectively communicate about mental illness with the media and their audiences.See All Resources
News and Insights
When Writing About Mental Health, Approach the Topic With an Open Mind
Reporter Shares Personal Story of Mental Illness to “Shine a Light on Those Who Are Hidden”
Court Helps Violinist Tackle Mental Illness and She Makes Music Again
Los Angeles Times’ Lee Romney follows a violinist’s journey back to a healthy life and her music through San Francisco’s Behavioral Health Court.
Asian-American Students and Depression
Katherine Kam discusses her series on the mental health of Asian-Americans, exploring how culture can influence people’s willingness to seek help.
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