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National Day Without Stigma

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National Day Without Stigma is coming up on October 6, 2014. Download an action kit and join student leaders and advocates across the country to eliminate the shame surrounding mental health disorders. No one should have to struggle in silence. More >>



 
 

Check Out Our New Blog!

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We are thrilled to announce a brand new addition to Active Minds' online presence: an organizational blog, where you'll find spotlights on our chapter members, tips for effective programming and exclusive news from the national office. Come blog with us!

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Send Silence Packing

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top 10-2 webActive Minds acclaimed suicide awareness exhibit, Send Silence Packing®, is back on the road starting September 10th for an incredible month-long tour. We will be making stops in Virginia, Alabama, Texas and Florida. See the full tour schedule here>>
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Tell Your Story

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We are seeking blog contributors for Suicide Prevention Month this September, and we want to hear from you! Are you a survivor of a loved one’s suicide? An attempt survivor? An advocate with a message of hope for others? Send us your story>>

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We're Hiring

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helpwantedwomanActive Minds, Inc. is seeking business savvy and passionate individuals to join our team! See our postings for Active Minds Speakers Bureau Director, and Development Coordinator. Apply today>>
 
 
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  • Alison Landberg from Active Minds at College of Saint Scholastica says:

    ali_landberg"In the year that Active Minds at the College of Saint Scholastica has been around, we have thrown amazing events and received a lot of praise from faculty and the community for all of the hard work we have put into raising awareness of mental health."