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Measuring Progress Across Communities: Make It OK celebrates 10 years

Learn about the progress Make It OK continues to make in our communities in our 10 Year Report to the Community.

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Mistrust lingers in Black communities amid 988 launch

Health officials are grappling with how people staffing the new national 988 crisis hotlines will contend with suspicion of the medical establishment in Black communities.

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July 21, 2022

Make It OK and other public awareness campaigns helping to change attitudes

A decline in stigma over mental illness, especially among young adults in Minnesota, has advocates hopeful that more people will seek help and that more friends and relatives will step in before loved ones suffer crises or suicides.

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February 29, 2020

Reducing Stigma of Mental Illness in Red Wing & Goodhue County

Red Wing and Goodhue County focused on reducing stigma as a strategy to encourage people to seek help because shame and lack of understanding are often barriers to people seeking treatment.

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