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Featuring carefully curated content in various formats, OC87 Recovery Diaries covers a broad range of mental health topics and reaches a targeted audience: those living with mental health challenges, their friends and family, advocates, and practitioners. Partnering your organization with OC87 Recovery Diaries puts your message in front of the ideal listener: a community that is passionate about mental health and wellness.

With multiple platforms, OC87 Recovery Diaries uses a collaborative approach to showcase your services. Whether through our website, e-newsletter, or social media, OC87 Recovery Diaries can supplement your organization’s marketing efforts.


Here’s what some of our readers are saying about OC87 Recovery Diaries:

Absolutely inspirational … This truly empowers and inspires, and frees others to release their own voice as well. Awesome. – Eve C.


Thank you for your work helping people with mental illness to only try and struggle to remove the terrible stigma attached to having mental illness. – Jade F.


I have lived with schizophrenia for fourteen years now … It helps to know that there are people out there with similar experiences and stories to tell … We can beat this! – R. Thomas


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OC87 Recovery Diaries features stories of mental health, empowerment and change, created by and for those whose journeys of recovery speak to audiences from all walks of life.


“In Discovery with Bipolar Disorder”

It took a year for me to find the courage to google “bipolar disorder.” On some level I knew I needed professional help, but there were a lot of risks.

“What Schizophrenic Psychosis Feels Like”

Psychosis is defined as a severe mental disorder in which thought and emotions are so impaired that contact is lost with external reality.

“The Downside of Empathy”

Narcissism begets hyper-empathy: narcissistic parents produce children who become attuned to the emotional states of their caretakers in order to survive.

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