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New billboards aim to remove stigma from mental illness

13 May 2018

BOB fm is preparing to join forces with 300 other commercial and BBC radio stations to tackle the stigma of mental health.

State services, like COACT Colorado, are available for kids and their families who need mental and behavioral health support, especially those at-risk who need multiple providers in their community.

Caparas said she hopes that if the kids take away one thing from today's event, it's that taking care of your mental health can be fun and easy.

Teachers have been going to professional development series throughout the year that are planned by Caparas on topics like resiliency, trauma and the overall topic of mental illness.

The broadcasting first - a special one-minute message - will go out at 10.59am on Tuesday 15th May and feature a host of globally famous voices to a combined audience of 20 million listeners.

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The content will be created and produced by content agency Somethin' Else. "We found in the school districts where it's taught and embraced by the administration, not only do the students recognize when fellow students are having a problem but they will relay and report to teachers and administration", said Staar, "and teen suicide has plummeted".

"We are pleased that the power of audio is being used to such fantastic effect and confident that what we've produced will get people talking".

"This poignant moment of reflection, a first in United Kingdom radio, is a wonderful opportunity to help us improve how we support each other emotionally".

Martin Cruddace, ARC Chief Executive, commented, "We are absolutely delighted to support Mental Health Foundation, particularly at the start of Mental Health Awareness Week".

New billboards aim to remove stigma from mental illness