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Tell Us About an Inappropriate Publication
MH Safe has worked with a variety of professional associations, law schools, websites, and other institutional actors to have them update or remove inappropriate publications that contain microaggressions or discrimination related to mental illness.
If you have seen some printed material that contains problematic content, please let us know by filling out this quick Google form.
Become an Intern or Volunteer
MH Safe is looking for volunteers who would like to help us identify inappropriate publications, collaborate with the publishers to have them adjusted, and write about their efforts. This is a great opportunity for self-starters who are looking to make a tangible impact by addressing publicly visible content. We are also looking for anyone who can help us with developing a social media presence.
Use this Google Form to learn more and apply.
Become an Organizational Supporter (Anonymous)
MH Safe is putting together a distribution list of organizational partners who can optionally join our campaigns to encourage publishers to change their disempowering or discriminatory guidance about mental health.
We will send you monthly newsletters to let you know about content you can speak up about. We will only tell people about the size and types of organizations on our list – we will never give out your name or identifying information. This way you can choose when (or if) you want to speak up. You never have to worry we will attach your name to a campaign you disagree with. You will have no obligations or risk of unwanted exposure.
If you are interested in joining our anonymous distribution list, fill out this quick Google Form and we will be in touch soon.
Become a Stigma Mediator
MH Safe is launching a stigma mediation program where volunteer mediators help people who have experienced stigma to have collaborative conversations with the alleged perpetrator to help educate them and reach an agreement for better communication in the future. All mediators are provided free training.
If you are interested in taking this training and becoming a stigma mediator, please fill out this quick Google Form.