Hey everyone! You may have already noticed there have been some new pages developed and some reorganization done to the Where I Stand webpage!
The Main Menu now has 7 links.
Each of these categories has new subpages (some have simply been moved)
When you scroll over “About Us.” You’ll find:
“Your People” a page that contains information about the individuals who make Where I Stand possible.
“Accomplishments & Press” include things we have participated in and been recognized for in the past (that is continually being updated).
“Where I Stand Makes a Difference” gives you a space to let us know how Where I Stand has made an impact in your life and read about the impact that it has made in other people’s lives.
When you scroll over “What we do.” You’ll find:
“Lifelines: Letters of Love,” a page describing our Lifelines program in detail and how you can get involved in sending encouraging and hopeful mail to people in crisis or struggling with mental illness/recovery all over the world.
“Mental Health Matters,” a page detailing our partnership with a non profit organization in Portland Oregon who has set out on a mission with us to spread the word that Mental Health Matters through campaigning, making videos, pictures and organizing events in Portland Oregon. We are hoping to expand this program to other states in the next year.
“Purple Love,” a page the highlights Where I Stand’s Purple Love Campaign for Eating Disorder Recovery Awareness that we run every February. The details on how to participate in the campaign on on this page along with thousands of pictures we have collected from people all over the world.
“Purple Fighters Eating Disorder Recovery Group,” a page that is an access point into our eating disorder recovery support group. If you are interested fill out the application and a leader from our group will contact you about getting started.
When you scroll over “Get plugged in.” You’ll find:
“Volunteer,” at Where I Stand we believe that anyone who wants to participate in changing the conversation surrounding mental illness should have an opportunity and a place to do so, so the volunteer page is where you let us know what you are interested in and how you would like to get involved in Where I Stand.
“Purple Fighters Eating Disorder Recovery Group” a page that is an access point into our eating disorder recovery support group. If you are interested fill out the application and a leader from our group will contact you about getting started.
The 1st Where I Stand recovery e-course is still being developed, and is not yet open. As soon as it is you all will be notified.
You are loved.
My name is Erin and This is Where I Stand.