Our Mission

I’m Good is a blog campaign that encourages people to take care of their emotional and mental health, as well as their wellness. It’s also a celebration of those who are working to, or have, overcome obstacles to wellness through support from family, friends, peers, loved ones and the community.

Many of us around the globe, or someone we know, are living with day-to-day stress and anger, or have been labeled with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, etc. And many of us are ashamed that we carry these challenges because of the stigma. But there is nothing to be ashamed of. Know why? Well, because no matter where you’re at, you’re good. You’re good because you’re trying. You’re good because you made it. You’re good because you’re on the road to recovery. You’re good because you’re still here. You’re good because you’re still worthy.

Stories and voices from I’m Good bloggers remind us there is hope. Once we gather the courage to face our challenges and have compassion for ourselves, we can build a stronger community—a stigma free community. And that’s a good thing.


Our Partners

I’m Good is a project of the Love More, Judge Less Campaign by PEERS, an Oakland-based mental health advocacy nonprofit organization. The goal of the Love More, Judge Less Campaign is to inform the public about mental health, empower those living with mental health issues, and put an end once and for all to stigma and discrimination. The Campaign is funded by Alameda County Behavioral Health Care Services and the Mental Health Services Act (Prop 63).

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