Resources

Resources

Mental health is personal, and you get to make decisions about your own process. The resources we point you to are just starting places – please talk to a professional if you’re feeling like you need support reaching or maintaining mental wellness.

Lots of art is so helpful, and makes it easy to feel like it's okay to share."
-M4MH Conference Session Attendee

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Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)

Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) frequently begins in childhood. People who live with ADHD can have trouble paying attention, might not be able to determine...

Substance Use Disorder

Substance abuse refers to the harmful use of psychoactive substances, including alcohol and drugs. Substance use can lead to addiction and dependence, creating a condition...

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a response to a traumatic event or series of events. Something that is traumatic for one person might not...

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DON’T BLAME JACK: AWI Exclusive Interview

We had the chance to chat with one of our favorite humans recently – Dale John Allen – about his latest film project! You may remember Dale from his May 2016 winning short...

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Tips for making a film about your own mental health experience

Have you been following along with our ongoing blog series? In the last instalment, we covered tips for making a film about someone else’s mental health experience, and today we’re focusing on filmmakers...

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On art and living with bipolar disorder: Marinna Shareef

My name is Marinna Shareef, and I’m a multidisciplinary artist from Trinidad and Tobago. As someone who is manic-depressive, I often use my experiences with mental illness as inspiration for my work. For...

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Of Light and Time: The Importance of Introverts with Cameras

Daniel Morris, Trent University My grandfather gave me his old camera – a hand-me-down Canon XTi – around the end of highschool. I used it virtually every day practicing taking pictures of nature...

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Art With Impact on the Calming Sense Podcast

Author Kendra Bell  hosts the podcast “Calming Sense” where she discusses mental health related topics.  Kendra interviewed our US Program Manager Maya Grodman for a great interview!

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Art With Impact Workshop Coming to OSU

By Erin Dose, assistant editor In the United States, millions of people suffer from or are otherwise affected by mental illness. This affliction isn’t easily identifiable. Some people can convincingly hide their mental...

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