Stigma and shame are huge barriers for many people in asking for help.
In fact, about 50% of people experiencing mental health challenges and addiction do not get the help they need. (SAMHSA)
We want people to know that it is OK, not to be OK! Pathways2Life and One Johns Creek are partnering with The Safe Project using their national stigma campaign to educate and equip others on mental health and addiction. There is No Shame in getting help or in talking about mental health and addiction. Join us in a nationwide movement by signing this pledge to end stigma and support others in speaking up.
Help Stop the Stigma: Take the No Shame Pledge
Click below to take the pledge to support the ability to get help without judgement and receive your certificate in acknowledgement of your commitment to saving lives by fighting the stigma.
Ask your network to get involved and take the pledge!
Remember, please keep in contact with us as you share, and:
Check out the videos as others have struggled and taken the pledge too!
YOU ARE NOT ALONE!
– One Johns Creek and Pathways2Life Team