Mediaplanet and Tracie Jade champion the importance of mental health care | Messages

Mediaplanet’s Access to Mental Health campaign, found in United States of America TODAY and online helps young adults, parents and mental health professionals highlight the mental health resources available.

NEW YORK, March 25, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Ahead of Mental Health Awareness Month, Mediaplanet announces the launch of the March edition of Access to Mental Healthcare. This campaign will work to break down the stigma surrounding mental health and highlight options in this post-pandemic virtual healthcare era.

Mental health problems have increased dramatically over the past year, with a reduction in the traditional support once offered by friends, neighbors, families and even treatment centers, leaving those affected more isolated than ever. Those who contracted COVID-19 were twice as likely to develop a mood or anxiety disorder for the first time. Fifty-six percent of American adults with a mental illness are untreated, and even with major depression, 76 percent of adolescents remain untreated or undertreated. The timing has never been more important to shed light on mental health issues and support millions of people suffering.

Longtime mental health advocate Tracie Jade sets the tone for the print publication. In an exclusive interview, she admits she has struggled with anxiety and depression. “In the past two years, I’ve earned my certification as a guided meditation teacher, joined a minimalism movement, and started taking guitar lessons, all from home. The regular schedule and routine has helped me stay grounded, present, and grateful for the time instead of having too much room in my head for repetitive, negative thoughts.” She notes the rise in suicide rates, particularly among young adults , and explains why it was so important during this time to launch her Facebook watch show, Peace of Mind, with Taraji P. Henson.

The print component of Access to Mental Healthcare is distributed within United States of America TODAY with a circulation of approx. 150,000 copies. The digital component will be distributed nationwide through an extensive social media strategy and through a network of top news sites and partner outlets. To explore the digital version of the campaign, Click here.

This campaign was made possible with support from Mental Health America, Psych Hub, American Psychiatric Association, The Society for Human Resource Management, The Children’s Hospital Association, The Jed Foundation, and Cerebral Shepard Pratt.

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