Project Relate was a public service campaign created in 2004 to break down the stigma and stereotypes associated with mental illness and to help the public relate to those who cope with mental health conditions.
The campaign was made possible through collaboration and the dedication of time, expertise , and resources from a variety of health care, social service, non-profit, and other organizations across the state of Nebraska, including:
The Kim Foundation
Lutheran Family Services
American Advertising Federation - Omaha
The first phase of the campaign included a series of print, radio, and television advertisements, billboards, and printed brochures which aired and were distributed throughout the state. The second phase of the campaign included an original play developed in cooperation with Papillion-La Vista South High School in Papillion, Nebraska.
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