The AHA today released the next People Matter, Words Matter poster. The latest downloadable poster focuses on the commonness of mental health conditions and diagnoses, because knowing the facts is one of the best ways to reduce stigma.

This poster offers stigmatizing scenarios you might hear, and provides factual and compassionate replies to consider using in response. Click here for more posters and to learn more about the People Matter, Words Matter resource series.

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