Canadian Olympian Clara Hughes is an advocate for mental health awareness and ending the stigma that surrounds it. She also speaks about her personal struggles with depression.
Mind Your Mind—@mindyourmind_ca
This account is directed at youth who live with mental illness and encourages youth to speak out, share feelings and support each other.
Rethink Mental Illness—@Rethink_
Rethink is a London, England-based organization that advocates for reduced stigma against mental illness, improved policy and has a wealth of information. They are also very active on Twitter, continually updating their feed with news, programs and resources related to mental health.
Early Intervention in Mental Health works to bring people together to help reduce/improve mental illness in youth through early intervention.
Mind Charity advocates for equal resources and medical services for people living with mental health disorders.
National Institute on Mental Health—@NAMIgov
The National Institute on Mental Health is one of the most-followed mental illness accounts on Twitter. The US-government funded organization is the leading researcher on mental health.
Grey Thinking provides commentary on mental illness related issues. The person behind the account has experienced 13 years of treatment for their own disorders. The comments are their own opinions.