Working to end the stigma and discrimination of mental illness.

Change and the Close Sisters

Bring Change 2 Mind Founder Glenn Close and her sister Jessie tell the personal story of how mental illness has affected their family.

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Ending the Stigma Thank You Video

Ending the Stigma Thank You Video

A Big Bring Change 2 Mind Thank You!

A Big Bring Change 2 Mind Thank You!

A special thank you to these generous donors who helped us shine a spotlight on stigma: David Barlow, Lynda Cutrell, Rosemary DeJoy, Leslye Goldberg, Susan Hahn & Kate Kelley, George Handran, Diane Hogan, Lucinda Jewell, Robert Laitman, Dr. Deborah Levy, Laura Rehnert, Jana Rich & Jill Nash, Lloyd Sederer, Lauri Taylor, Victoria Veltri, David Watson, Carolyn White.

Our New PSA is Here!

Our New PSA is Here!

Our new PSA is here! Watch it, share it and let's end the stigma together.

Behind the PSA: “Friends and Family”

Behind the PSA: “Friends and Family”

It takes a lot to make a PSA, and Glenn Close gives thanks to the volunteers and supporters who made it possible, including Time-To-Change UK and her crew of friends from Damages.

Behind the PSA: The Unforgettable Fatal Attraction

Behind the PSA: The Unforgettable Fatal Attraction

Glenn Close reflects on one of her most famous—and most unforgettable roles—as Alex Forrest in Fatal Attraction (1987). She also talks about how the entertainment industry has evolved in its portrayal of people with mental illness.

Behind the PSA: Calen’s Story

Behind the PSA: Calen’s Story

Calen, Glenn's nephew, talks about living with schizophrenia, and the stigma that comes with it. And why he and wife Meg agreed to share their story in the new Bring Change 2 Mind PSA.

Behind the PSA: “Crazy About Dogs”

Behind the PSA: “Crazy About Dogs”

Meet Snitz, Jessie Close's emotional support service dog and BC2M's 4-legged ambassador.

Behind the PSA: “Perception vs Reality”

Behind the PSA: “Perception vs Reality”

Glenn Close and sister Jessie, chat about why the perception of mental illness is very different from the reality—and how this became the idea behind the new PSA.

Behind the PSA: “Why We Are Here”

Behind the PSA: “Why We Are Here”

Go behind the scenes of the new BringChange2Mind PSA, and hear from Glenn and Jessie Close talk about what inspired them to get involved in the mission to end the stigma and discrimination of mental illness.

Behind the PSA: “Roadtrip”

Behind the PSA: “Roadtrip”

Glenn, Jessie, Calen and Meg (and co-stars Snitz, Jake and Bill) are off to NYC to rehearse and film BC2M's new PSA! This is the first of several interviews leading up to the release of the new PSA.

American Giving Awards

American Giving Awards

Video produced for the December 8, 2012 nationally televised American Giving Awards presented by Chase. Glenn Close was recognized with The Leadership Award for her work in establishing Bring Change 2 Mind.

Put on your shirts and stomp out stigma at a NAMI Walk near you!

Put on your shirts and stomp out stigma at a NAMI Walk near you!

It’s time to walk the talk and and stomp out stigma forever! Bring Change 2 Mind is proud to partner with NAMI again this year to do our part to stomp out stigma. Please join us and make our message seen – and heard. There’s no better weapon against stigma than the power of community. Bring your friends, families, co-workers, neighbors, etc. and change minds – and lives. To learn more click here.

Change A Mind About Mental Illness

Change A Mind About Mental Illness

Director Ron Howard lent his vision to this wonderful PSA, made possible by over 100 volunteers coming together with one simple goal, to change minds about mental illness.

The Staglins

The Staglins

Brandon Staglin and his mother Shari talk about the first time Brandon experienced the symptoms of schizophrenia, and how he learned to manage his mental illness.

Calen Pick & Annie Starke

Calen Pick & Annie Starke

Calen talks about the challenges he sometimes faces living with schizophrenia, and his cousin Annie discusses her hope for ending the harsh stigmas surrounding mental illness.

The Callaghans

The Callaghans

"I remember the weight of the world just being lifted off my shoulders, because there was a name for it...and there was help." Karen Callaghan and her daughter Tricia talk about living with depression, and the importance of seeking help when needed.

Battle Buddy

Battle Buddy

Sergeant Major Eduardo Leardo speaks to his experiences with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Brigadier General Loree Sutton talks about the challenges that veterans with "invisible injuries" face.

Behind the Scenes: Bring Change 2  Mind PSA

Behind the Scenes: Bring Change 2 Mind PSA

80 crew, 100 volunteers, and the iconic concourse of Grand Central Terminal. Take a behind the scenes look at the making of the Bring Change 2 Mind national PSA.