My dad, Eugene, the techy and passionate mental health awareness advocate. His current job founded the Mental Health Coalition and is a supporter of this movement.

My sister, Michele, the eager and charismatic daughter whose involvement includes the social and creative aspect of this project.

Me, the other sister – as someone previously diagnosed with PTSD and Bipolar disorder, I am eager to broaden the discussion and stop the stigma surrounding mental health.

Infiniverse - If you check out our About Us page, you’ll gain better understanding of how this started in the virtual world.  It’s amazing how people are connecting and utilizing this platform to create communities of all kinds (Mental Health Awareness, LGBTQ+, and Breast Cancer Awareness districts to name a few). If you haven’t checked it out yet, here is a link to the Mental Health Awareness District’s Facebook page where you will find videos and pictures that capture what it’s like in the infiniverse.


Mental Health Coalition - this nonprofit organization’s mission is to de-stigmatize mental health by providing access to helpful resources like their Roadmap to Self-Care and COVID-19 Mental Health Resources.  In support of their mission and shared drive to de-stigmatize mental health, $1 will be donated to the Mental Health Coalition for every t-shirt sold. Thank you for your contributions!

Now.  The first step is to familiarize ourselves with the overall subject.  The sooner we educate ourselves, the sooner we can contribute to ending the stigma against mental health. Check out the mental health coalitions language guide for some great tools!

Because you are not alone. was designed for those looking to gain more information on what they can do to help fight the stigma against mental health.  By purchasing one of our t-shirts, you will be contributing to the efforts made by the Mental Health Coalition. This non-profit organization is collaboratively led by mental health organizations, brands, and individuals who … “have joined forces to end the stigma surrounding mental health and to change the way people talk about, and care for, mental illness.”

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