A Catalog Resource Guide of Toolkits and Content Suggestions for Faith and Cultural Leaders, Faith and Family Friendly Media, and Entertainment Creators.
This resource is for those open to having current science-based and culturally sensitive information about mental health concerns available to share with their communities, be it a congregation, neighbors, friends and family.
Social Media Guidelines for Mental Health Promotion and Suicide Prevention
Tips for organizations and individuals communicating about mental health and suicide on social media to reduce stigma, increase help-seeking behavior and help prevent suicide.
Working With the Media to Tell Your Story
Tools to understand how the media work and deliver effective messages that support your—and your organization’s goals.
Know the Signs "How to Use Social Media for Suicide Prevention User Guide"
Muestra Esto/Picture This: Mental Health in Los Angeles
EIC and Univision brought together news media and mental health professionals from the Los Angeles region to discuss the issues related to mental health for the local Latino community.
Picture This: Mental Health in the San Francisco Bay Area
Picture This is a guide to the key issues related to mental health as identified by experts, social workers, advocates, policy-makers, and others working to improve public awareness and reporting about mental health to reduce stigma and discrimination in the San Francisco Bay Area.
EIC publications focus on specific mental-health topics including post-traumatic stress disorder, depression, bipolar disorder, suicide prevention and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
Each Mind Matters
Each Mind Matters unites the hundreds of organizations working together to create health systems that serve minds and bodies, and the millions of Californians who refuse to stay silent while untreated mental illness takes an unnecessary toll on our families and communities.
Speak Our Minds
Speak Our Minds makes it easy to find a mental health speaker, and offers tools to help speakers sharpen their stigma-fighting skills.