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Denver 7 News interviews Let's Talk Colorado spokesman Jason Vitello about the unique aspects of men's mental health and the different ways depression, anxiety or other issues can affect men.

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Denver Public Health's Jason Vitello talks with Mile High Living about signs a man you know may be experiencing challenges to his mental health, and what you can do to support him.

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Fox 31's Kim Posey talks with Geoff and Whitney Grandi about Geoff's courageous struggle with anxiety and depression. With Whitney's support, Geoff found the strength to get help and forge a better way forward for himself, Whitney and their son.

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Arvada family Geoff and Whitney Grandi talk with Jin Glasgow of KUSA 9 News about Geoff's struggle with anxiety and depression, challenges a lot of men face and too often try to handle alone. The Let's Talk campaign and men across Colorado are grateful to the Grandis for sharing their inspirational story.

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Lift the Mask partners with the Let's Talk Colorado campaign to raise awareness and reduce the stigma around men and mental health. Lift the Mask founder Justin Goldman and ambassador Chase Hollander talk with Denver 7 News about how talking to goalies about their on-ice performance can open the door to talk about their challenges off the ice for better overall well-being.

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Doug Muir discusses the Let's Talk campaign's focus on men's mental health as well as how we can support our children in the aftermath of the STEM shooting.

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Centura Health Behavioral Health Service Line Director Doug Muir talks about the need for all of us to reach out to the men we know when they are dealing with challenges to their mental health, and offers an important tip to ensure you have the tools you need when you do.

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Dr. Glenn Most discusses men's mental health for the Let's Talk campaign on KMGH's "Mile High Living." Glenn talked about why it's so important for men to talk more openly when they feel overwhelmed by life, and how all of us can support a man we know if he's struggling.

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Dr. Erin Baurle of Stride Community Health Center talks with Gina Belich about how all of us, especially wives, mothers and girlfriends, can help a man struggling with challenges to his mental health.

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Dr. Glenn Most and local entrepreneur Jim Gosselin talk about the unique challenges men face in maintaining their mental health.

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Colorado Biz Daily featured the Let's Talk campaign's story on the CDC's report on the growing number of suicides in the United States. The report's release coincided with the suicides of celebrities Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade.

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Bridget Lovett of Centennial's Lovett Family Chiropractic talks about how, as a small business owner, she supports her staff with their mental health.

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Tri-County Health's Strategic Partnerships Manager Patty Boyd talks about, well, talking, and how openly discussing our own mental health challenges makes it easier for everyone around us to talk when they need support.

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Dr. Angela Green of Metro Community Provider Network talks about integrative care and how anyone can support someone they know with their mental health.

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Dr. Glenn Most of West Pines Behavioral Health discusses how we can all support one another by talking about our mental health.

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CBS 4 covered the kickoff of the Let’s Talk Colorado campaign in May 2017.

Kathy Walsh’s feature story gave Denver viewers the message that better mental health starts with opening up and reaching out. The story includes Tri-County Health’s Dr. John Douglas and Sara Stewart, a mother and wife who learned to manage her mental health through opening up to her husband and seeking professional care.

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Channel 7 features the Let’s Talk Colorado website in a story on Mental Health Month

Nicole Brady’s feature, including interviews with Patty Boyd of Tri-County Health and couple Sara and David Stewart, stressed the importance of reaching out to those we care about when we suspect they may be experiencing mental health challenges.

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Print Stories

Colorado Community Media journalist Jessica Gibbs featured the Let’s Talk Colorado campaign in its Life section as the campaign began in May 2017.

The article was published in the following CCM publications: Northglenn-Thornton Sentinel, Castle Rock News-Press, Castle Pines News Press, Centennial Citizen, Douglas County News-Press, Elbert County News, Englewood Herald, Golden Transcript, Lakewood Sentinel, Wheat Ridge Transcript, Highlands Ranch Herald, Littleton Independent, Lone Tree Voice, Parker Chronicle.

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In December 2017, Colorado Community Media published a four-story package covering many facets of mental health in the Denver Metro Area. The articles appeared in 15 metro-area publications. Reporter Alex DeWind dove deep to provide a comprehensive and compelling group of stories.

“If this isn’t the time to talk, then when will it be?” asks this piece featuring the story of 19-year-old Sydney Chapin, who suffers from anxiety. The editorial also outlines the ways in which organizations fight mental health stigma.

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Time to Talk: A shared story

Focusing on Douglas County, this article discusses the widespread nature of mental health issues and that just talking to someone we trust is one way we can all maintain positive mental health.

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Time to Talk: Campaigns fight stigma that follows mental illness

This article spotlights Let’s Talk Colorado and other campaigns across the region that work to eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health.

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Time to Talk: Connecting the dots for treatment proves challenging

A combination of factors leaves many in need of professional mental health care without the resources they need. This piece features current efforts to coordinate mental health services through primary care providers, featuring an interview with Andrew Romanoff, President of Mental Health Colorado.

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