News Coverage: 51Fifty Energy Drink Debate in Unusual Turn

  51FIFTY energy drink debate takes unusual turn Foundation related to 51FIFTY drink starts campaign to end mental illness stigma Mental health advocates launch campaign that advocates for autism Supporters of 51FIFTY get vocal TheMighty.com: Energy Drink 51Fifty Under Fire for Stigmatizing Mental Illness “It’s important to us that we source local products. 51Fifty energy … Continue reading News Coverage: 51Fifty Energy Drink Debate in Unusual Turn

A Downtown Fresno Dream for Independent-Assisted Living For Those Living With Mental Illness

I have a dream of assisted living lofts downtown in a community setting for people living with mental illness. This would be for folks, like me and my peers, needing some support for independence and support their doing so -- and put us in a community where we can become advocates and participate more in … Continue reading A Downtown Fresno Dream for Independent-Assisted Living For Those Living With Mental Illness

‘Glee’s’ Lauren Potter speaks out against bullying

By Genevieve Hinson, MotherOfConfusion/Eve Hinson Quirkybirdwords.com. (originally pub'd Mar 22nd 2011) Glee’s Lauren Potter wants you to end the use of the “R” word. Recently Potter, who is known as Becky Jackson on the show – Sue Sylvester’s (Jane Lynch) assistant cheerleader — stepped into a brighter spotlight as an ambassador to help those with special needs with … Continue reading ‘Glee’s’ Lauren Potter speaks out against bullying

TheMighty.com: Energy Drink 51Fifty Under Fire for Stigmatizing Mental Illness

Energy drink @51FiftyEnergy under fire for stigmatizing mental illness https://t.co/ioSnX5bRe5 — The Mighty (@TheMightySite) March 28, 2016   TheMighty.com writes about 51 Fifty Energy Drink being under fire for stigmatizing mental illness. If you've not heard of TheMighty.com -- they are an incredible site with the slogan, "We face disability, disease and mental illness together." … Continue reading TheMighty.com: Energy Drink 51Fifty Under Fire for Stigmatizing Mental Illness