Effective grassroots movements need more than just passion – they need resources and measurable goals. Inpart 2 of our interview with Haydée Cuza, she shares what she believes it would take to build an effective grassroots movement to promote mental health, including the need for collaboration between diverse social movements and shifting funding priorities from treatment to prevention.
Haydée is the executive director of Peers Envisioning and Engaging in Recovery Services (PEERS) in Oakland, California. PEERS is a diverse community of people with mental health experiences. They provide community-based mental health programs that honor diverse experiences and eliminate stigma and discrimination. Read part 2 of our interview series with Haydée.
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