We're Partnering With The Mighty to Help People with Mental Health!

 

 

We’re thrilled to announce a new partnership that will bring our resources in front of The Mighty’s wide-reaching readership. We will now have a home on The Mighty and appear on many stories on the site.


The Mighty is a story-based health community focused on improving the lives of people facing disease, disorder, mental illness and disability. More than half of Americans are facing serious health conditions or medical issues. They want more than information. They want to be inspired. The Mighty publishes real stories about real people facing real challenges. 

 

Here are some examples of the kind of stories on The Mighty: 

 

 

Our partnership will bring our resources to The Mighty’s large readership. We also have a dedicated home page on The Mighty

 

We're dedicated to helping people with mental illness like anxiety, ptsd and depression in their lives. With this partnership, we'll be able to help even more people. 

 

We will be posting frequent stories from The Mighty on our Facebook page

 

The Mighty’s goal is to publish stories that could change the path of someone’s day and improve the lives of people facing disease, disorder, and disability. The Mighty was started because they wanted something more than what was already out there. They wanted a place that deals with the emotional part of these struggles, the day-to-day challenges, the disappointments, the small wins and the milestones. 

 

We encourage you to submit a story to The Mighty and make your voice heard. You are an important key to raising awareness!

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