Mental Health Anti-stigma Campaign

The Washtenaw County Health Department is working with Washtenaw County Community Mental Health to develop and launch a county-wide campaign to reduce stigma around mental health. Health department staff will begin their work in 2019 with a campaign targeted toward our county’s youth. 

The campaign is funded by the Washtenaw County Mental Health and Public Safety Preservation Millage. Community members expressed interest in anti-stigma campaign work as part of public conversations around the millage.

Help Design the Campaign

We're looking for local youth and community input to shape the youth mental health campaign. Get involved in the following ways by contacting Emma Share at 734-544-9708 or by email:

  • Complete and share our online survey & enter a raffle for a $20 gift card.
  • Participate in a focus group at the Health Department or your community location. Participant incentives will be provided.
  • Invite us to table at a community event.
  • Download and share this flyer (PDF).

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Have a mental health question or need?

Call Washtenaw County Community Mental Health's CARES team 24/7: 734-544-3050. Serving all of Washtenaw County.