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Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Fellows have written, produced, and published works related to mental illnesses and reducing stigma. Relevant articles and projects completed both during and after each journalist's fellowship year may be found within the archives.

25 Apr 2006
Mental services: a model
When Robert Correll's son was diagnosed with schizophrenia, he promised to fight to find treatment for him.

14 Mar 2006
Codey's legacy is beckoning
As acting governor, Richard Codey changed the long-held belief that only crazy people care about mental health.

14 Feb 2006
Helpful messages, no jargon
Ira Minot likes this headline for his life story, 'From the Depths of Despair to a Mission of Advocacy.'

9 Nov 2005
ADAMH; New levy for mental health wins handily
The Franklin County ADAMH Board could have waited as late as next November to seek voter support of a replacement levy and not lose any funding. But even with six ballot successes behind them, agency officials knew that anything can happen at the polls, especially during tight financial times.

28 Oct 2005
Connecting with others; Mentally ill discover whole world awaits; Program helps many battle fears, experience life
Jeff Simpson didn't let the black lights, folksy furniture or the funky murals of Victorian's Midnight Cafe distract him. He leaned back into a monster sofa, pushed glasses up the rim of his nose and cleared his voice before reading his poem.

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