I’m Good Because I Explore My Deepest Anxieties Through Journals & Stained Glass Kaleidoscopes — PEERS

Catherine Edgerton is a self-identified queer multimedia artist who explores mental health through books, drawings, and stained-glass kaleidoscopes. She gifts her journals and kaleidoscopes to those struggling with mental health challenges, loss, or addiction. She is part of the Art Asylum, a collective in Durham, North Carolina that builds tool-kits, crisis prevention / intervention strategies, … Continue reading I’m Good Because I Explore My Deepest Anxieties Through Journals & Stained Glass Kaleidoscopes — PEERS

I’m Good Because I’m Breaking the Cycle of Stigma in My Family and My Community — PEERS

Patrick Anderson – Community worker / Member of Black Men Speak and Pool of Consumer Champions (POCC) Describe your background. What was your upbringing like? I was raised in North Richmond. My mom was a registered nurse and a single parent. My dad was a marine corps boxer. He also used to be an enforcer … Continue reading I’m Good Because I’m Breaking the Cycle of Stigma in My Family and My Community — PEERS