May, 2015

Mary is the Evidence

“I’m the Evidence of what can be achieved when mental health treatment is successful. In 2009 I was suicidal. I told my psychiatrist that I wanted to hook the mask of my CPAP machine to my car’s exhaust and end it all. This was the low point in a long road of [...]Read more

Joe is the Evidence

“I’m the Evidence of mental health recovery, because I spend time at the Clubhouse working the kitchen preparing and serving meals and running the snack bar. I have held steady jobs as a material handler in a warehouse and washing dishes at the Ritz BBQ.” —Joe, [...]Read more

Tim is the Evidence

“I’m the Evidence of mental health recovery, because I help the person I live with in day-to-day tasks. At the Clubhouse I help prepare meals and sell lunch tickets to the members and run the snack bar. I am actively looking for work in the community in the restaurant [...]Read more

David is the Evidence

“I’m the Evidence that there can be recovery from mental illness and that life does go on. I have come out of my shell and gone into public. I hold a steady job working at Amazon, and I am going to College for Criminal Justice. I am the evidence.” —David, [...]Read more

Joe is the Evidence

“I’m the Evidence of how an example can lead, how far encouragement can take you, and how one step begins a journey towards endless possibilities. Thanks to the examples that I’ve had in my life the past nine years, I’ve had the encouragement to take the [...]Read more

Carl and Steven are the Evidence

“Steven and I work for The Advocacy Alliance, a Mental Health Association. Through our job We’re the Evidence of how encouragement can be the first step on our journey toward endless possibilities and how hope can transform us and heal our soul.” —Carl and [...]Read more

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