Michigan Launches New Workplace Mental Health Hub, Upcoming Webinar Series

The following is a press release on January 12, 2023 from the Michigan Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity. LANSING, Mich., January 12, 2023 —To further support mental health and wellbeing for more Michiganders, the state of Michigan launched Michigan.gov/WorkplaceMentalHealth, a centralized workplace mental health hub to share resources and strategies aimed at helping employees and Read More »

Announcing the New Award for Mental Health in the Workplace

We are proud to announce the inaugural Carolyn C. Mattingly Award for Mental Health in the Workplace (Mattingly Award). This important new initiative will actively recognize organizations wishing to embrace and enhance mental health. Applications will open in January 2022. The idea for the new award was developed at a 2016 symposium held at the Read More »

2021 Mental Health Reporting Award Application is Now Open!

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS The Carolyn C. Mattingly Award for Mental Health Reporting honors excellence in mental health reporting. The award is open to any U.S.-based journalist at a U.S.-based news organization, including print, broadcast, and online journalists. The Carolyn award recognizes exemplary journalism that illuminates and advances the understanding of mental health issues and treatments Read More »

Now Accepting Nominations for the 2020 Mattingly Award for Excellence in Mental Health Reporting

We are proud to announce that applications are now being accepted for the 2020 Carolyn C. Mattingly Journalism Award for Mental Health Reporting. The Luv u Project and the National Press Foundation established this journalism award in 2015 to honor excellence in mental health reporting. The award honors the memory of Carolyn C. Mattingly, and her legacy of goodness. Read More »

2019 Award for Mental Health Reporting goes to team of New Orleans Journalists

NOLA.com and The Times-Picayune has won the Carolyn C. Mattingly Award for Mental Health Reporting for a project exploring the long-term impact of violence on children in a poor neighborhood in New Orleans. “NOLA.com and The Times-Picayune journalists spent a year following a youth football team in a deeply troubled section of New Orleans to Read More »