ADAA Allies/Supporters

We are also so thankful for those in our ADAA community who raise awareness about mental health issues and work with us to #breakthestigma. We invite you to read donors' and ADAA allies' stories and campaigns below. There are also a number of companies that graciously donate proceeds from the sale of clothing items and other products. Thank you!

IInterested in sharing your raising awareness story? We welcome your ADAA Ally/Supporter project/campaign and why you would like to have ADAA share your story with our communities. In 750 words or less (and please provide a brief title) please let us know why you are an ADAA Ally/Supporter. Please focus on the therapy or other treatments that have helped you. Please include how ADAA's website or resources have helped you. In order to publish you story on our website and to share it on our social media platforms, we require that you use your real name and include up to three photos. Please note that we do not accept advertorials or stories that promote individual or organizational fundraising. We reserve the right to reject any story that we do not feel is appropriate to share. 

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If accepted, we will feature your story on the website, as well as in an upcoming issue of Triumph- ADAA's monthly free e-newsletter, and through our social media platforms. Together we can triumph over anxiety and depression and together we will #breakthestigma!

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PCORI.jpegResearch is no longer solely the province of the lab coat-wearing scientist. People diagnosed with mental illnesses, their family caregivers, healthcare providers, and social workers all can play a role in the research that affects the treatment of mental health.

Glow-AganTEAM.JPG"My name is Mariah Dellinger and I am a junior at Lake High School in Stark County Ohio. I am in a two year Health Tech Preparatory program with about 24 other students.

ScarlettGarden.pngMarisa Herrera-Keehn, Lance Rodriguez, Stephen Terry, and Bethany Martin created their senior thesis together - a short film called "Scarlett Garden" that tells the story about a girl named Scarlett who tries to help her brother out of his depression. When they receive the news about their stepfather not being able to recover from a liver disease, her brother turns to alcoholism and locks himself in his home for days at a time.

Erika-StressBalls.JPGErika is a distinguished scholar at the Grosse Ile Middle School in Michigan. For my 7th grade year here at the middle school, I chose to research about anxiety because some of my friends have it and I wanted to try and help them out. I have only been researching about it for a few months and I already know so much about it!