Stigma Stories

Stigma Stories is an online collection presented by The Yellow Tulip Project’s Diversity and Equity Committee with a mission to highlight the relationship between identity and mental health, while smashing the stigma surrounding mental illness. Specifically creating a space for those who may experience marginalization, our Stigma Stories series challenges the misperceptions of what mental …

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Stigma is Scary

Don’t let mental health stigma haunt your community! Join us for an open dialogue about stigma and a brainstorming session focused on what actions you can take to Smash the Stigma and spread hope. This interactive hour with the Directors of Ambassador Outreach and Engagement will energize attendees to take a dive deep with our …

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Got Hope? Planting at Cos Cob Elementary School

The Yellow Tulip Project, a nonprofit organization dedicated to raising awareness about mental health and reducing the stigma surrounding mental illness, is excited to announce its Fall Planting Campaign for [2023]. The campaign aims to create vibrant, supportive communities by planting yellow tulip gardens and fostering conversations about mental health. The planting event will take …

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Mommy + Me Hope Planting Event

Join us for a FREE Mommy and Me Hope Planting event! We will be planting yellow tulip bulbs, decorating rocks, and making cards. The Yellow Tulip Project will be on site to answer any questions and talk about Hope. Windham Public Library, 217 Windham Center Road, Windham, ME October 14, 2023  @ 12:30PM – 3:30PM …

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Plant a Community Hope Garden

Join Us Wednesday, October 4, 2023 10:00 AM 6006 West Girard Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19151 ECS, Aetna Better Health Kids, and The Philadelphia Area Community Health Council have partnered to bring a Yellow Tulip Project Hope Garden to: The Courtyard at St. Barnabas Community Resource Center. Yellow tulips are a sign of hope. They are …

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Voices By Design – FINDING FAITH IN THE CHOICE TO LIVE: An Evening with Maya Williams

Maya Williams (ey/they/she) is a religious Black multiracial nonbinary suicide survivor who is currently the seventh poet laureate of Portland, Maine. Their debut collection Judas & Suicide, a poetry collection navigating religion and suicidality, is available now via Game Over Books. Maya was one of three artists of color selected to represent Maine in The Kennedy Center’s Arts Across America …

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Climate Courage Workshop

Introducing Climate Courage Workshops! Witnessing, and in many cases, experiencing, the climate crisis can take a toll on our mental health. If this resonates with you, you are not alone. YTP is so excited to partner with The Climate Initiative on September 18, 5 pm EST to offer Climate Courage Workshops, which create a space for young folks to (1) …

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Falmouth Rotary Cornhole Tournament

Come join us to support the Falmouth Rotary’s cornhole tournament to support the Yellow Tulip Project! There will be plenty of activities and food. Check out the Brochure below for more information! Cornhole Event Brochure

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