Thank You For Making Target Zero to Thrive a Success!
DBSA ‘Target Zero Heroes’ shared, liked, and clicked campaign posts over 20,344 times, helping to ensure that DBSA’s message-that ‘better is not well’, and that those with mental health diagnoses deserve a chance to not only survive, but thrive-spread virally, and was heard by many, loud and clear.
Thanks to your help in spreading the word, the Target Zero to Thrive Campaign message received up to 1.6 million views on Twitter and over 613,000 views on Facebook.
There were over 21,643 actions in support of Target Zero to Thrive:
A special thanks to the many organizations who shared our content on Facebook and beyond, including, but not limited to our partners PsychCentral.com, Families for Depression Awareness, Bp Magazine, and HealthyPlace.com.
This is only the beginning-please see our FAQ below regarding next steps, and join us as we carry the message of TargetZero throughout May and beyond.
How do I Target Zero to Thrive after April?
After April the hard work begins! We’re asking
It is DBSA’s sincere hope that starting this dialogue about raising expectations for clinical treatment goals as highlighted by Target Zero to Thrive is just that—a start.
So let’s keep the conversation going. Let’s try to get this topic on the agenda of major mental health conferences where clinicians, researchers, and those living with and affected by mood disorders can explore this further—and work together to find opportunities for meaningful change.
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