Let's remember who we really are and find our light again

mental health advocacy and awareness through fashion, community and conversation

Let's remember who we really are and find our light again

mental health advocacy and awareness through fashion, community and conversation

Welcome to the Colorful Mind Collective!

You're right where you need to be.

“I believe the best way to manage our thoughts is to first educate ourselves. We need to fully understand how a mental illness can feel to someone before we thoughtfully talk about it.” Katie mortin 2018”

“I believe the best way to manage our thoughts is to first educate ourselves. We need to fully understand how a mental illness can feel to someone before we thoughtfully talk about it.” Katie mortin 2018”

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Our Mission

Our mission is to remind those struggling with mental illness of the uniquely infinite beauty and energy that resides within them through fashion, community, and conversation.

“Mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of, but stigma and bias shame us all. Bill clinton 1999” “There is hope, even when your brain tells you there isn’t.” John green 2018

“Mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of, but stigma and bias shame us all. Bill clinton 1999” “There is hope, even when your brain tells you there isn’t.” John green 2018

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Our Approach

We understand how difficult it can be to start your mental health journey, as well as how difficult getting access to treatment can be. Here at Colorful Mind Collective, we support mental health research, the destigmatization of mental illness, and more accessibility to treatment. We aim to inform and build a community, through refreshing fashion and conversation, that shapes a more positive narrative around mental health and the seeking of treatment.

“YES YOU CAN!”
“Let’s help one another embrace ourselves”
“Remember how universal you are”

“YES YOU CAN!”
“Let’s help one another embrace ourselves”
“Remember how universal you are”

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Why?

It's important to remember how much bigger you are than your mental health struggles, even during the moments when they overtake your being. I wanted to create something that helps remind people of this fact and helps them build systems that reinforce this belief. We all struggle and feel alone at times. That's why it's important for us as the Colorful Mind Collective to remind you, you're not alone, and there are options out there no matter who you are, what you've been through, or what you are feeling. Yes, even now.

Real Stories

A collection of stories about triumphs in people's mental health journeys to inspire hope.

Mental Health Toolkit Builder

Our custom mental health toolkit builder will allow you to make daily, weekly, or even monthly toolkits of several different variations and styles.

Music

Our vast array of music libraries in collaboration with music therapists and musicians.

Conversation

Join us in the ongoing discussion on mental health, how to destigmatize it, get better access to it, and how to improve upon current treatment for it.

Poetry About Life

Our ever-growing collection of poems that we hope can help in your journey.

Get Help

Our ever-growing list of resources and hotlines for those struggling and in need of assistance.

Community

Join our network of local mental health support groups with the goal of making a form of mental health care available to everyone.