Honest Conversations and Free Support for Mental Health
Say It Brave is an inclusive community that provides resources, hope and inspiration from others who have walked down this path before. In a world that stigmatizes mental health, we believe that sharing your truth in a safe space, or saying it brave, is essential to healing. Sign up below to receive our newsletter, and join a community of truth-tellers and recovery-seekers.
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In Say It Brave Masterclasses, nationally recognized thought leaders shed light on the most pressing topics in mental health. The tools and perspectives shared are beneficial for both providers and people with lived experience of mental health issues.
- Clinicians and behavioral health providers receive 1 CE credit hour per event and the opportunity to hear provider and patient perspectives.
- Individuals on a recovery journey receive a self-reflection tool, resource list, and a whole lot of inspiration!
- Each Masterclass features a nonprofit organization bringing hope and vital resources to individuals with mental health issues.
Registration is free.
Hosted by members of our Say It Brave Collective, these candid conversations focus on the wins, the setbacks, and the collective “oh wow, someone else feels this way, too!” topics via Instagram Live, in an open and supportive dialogue on mental health.
Shining a Light on Recovery
Authors Robyn Cruze and Kara Richardson Whitely host a monthly virtual gathering for to discuss the challenges, goals, truth and triumphs that make up life’s adventure that we call recovery.
Queen and Sober
A monthly virtual series where National LGBTQIA Mental Health Advocate, Eric Dorsa, interviews guests on all topics LGBTQIA and mental health as their drag persona, Fonda K.
Your go-to email for the most up-to-date mental health news, research, and resources. In quick, digestible reads, we break down stories that inspire courage and connect the dots on recovery issues affecting your life. Launching in April.
Nonprofit Partner Resources
Every month, receive information about community resources, support groups and programs from nonprofit organizations making a difference in mental health.