Statewide and Large Scale Anti Stigma Campaigns-Great Lakes
- Help is Here: Helpline for opioids and other Substances
- NAMI Illinois: Education, support, and advocacy for people affected by mental illness
- FIX: Heartbreak and Hope Inside Our Opioid Crisis: Indiana State Museum exhibit designed to bring communities together to break the stigma surrounding opioid use disorder. Opening Feb. 2, 2020.
- Know the Facts: Offers education on opioid and other substance use disorders
- Next Level Recovery: Indiana state project for substance use prevention, early intervention, treatment, and recovery
- Overdose Lifeline, Inc.: Statewide Indiana non-profit dedicated to helping those affected by substance use disorder. Offers the course: Removing the Shame and Stigma of Substance Use Disorder (SUD)/Addiction (RSS-SUD) Program and Trainer Course
- Stigma Never Helps: Indiana Recovery Council statewide campaign to address stigma around mental health and substance use
- What are friends for? Marion County Public Health Department campaign to reduce stigma related to substance use disorder and reduce opioid-related overdose deaths.
- You're Worth It! You’re Worth It is an anti-stigma campaign that aims to address the guilt, shame, and self-doubt felt by people who are struggling with substance use disorder.
- Get the Facts: State of Michigan project on opioid resources and facts
- Stop the Stigma: Unite to Face Addiction Michigan project to eliminate stigma and improve access to treatment
- University of Michigan Comprehensive Depression Center: Dedicated to detecting, preventing mental illness; reducing stigma.
- Bring Change to Mind: Nonprofit dedicated to ending the stigma and discrimination surrounding mental illness
- Mental Health is Health: MN Department of Human Services program that provides a range of mental health services
- Minnesota Recovery Connection: Dedicated to ending stigma around substance misuse
- Language First Words Matter
- Interact for Health: Campaign to Reduce the Stigma of Addiction
- WISE End Stigma Together: Building resilience, inclusion, and hope for mental health in Wisconsin communities