"This news will give you perspective and ideas.
It will destroy stigma!"
-- US Army veteran
"Trying to get mental health info on social media can be overwhelming. Positive
articles will be so much better!"
-- Indigenous mother of a bipolar teen
“This will help me create a support network
while maintaining my privacy.”
-– Queer C-Suite executive
(You deserve privacy, and this is a safe space. We will never sell your info. Plus, you can opt out at anytime.)
Publisher Renata Hill has deep lived experience. She was diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder and PTSD, and recently learned she's neurodivergent. She is differently-abled and part-Indigenous (Muscogee Creek).
She spent 20 years as a technical writer and seven years as a social justice journalist. After COVID reset the world, she decided to focus on mental health reporting. With the guidance of the Google News Initiative Startups program and the Lenfest Institute Fundraising program, she's focused on launching MindSet News. As an audience member, she hopes this publication will improve mental healthcare for Coloradans, especially marginalized populations, one reader at a time.
MindSet News will have 501(c)(3) nonprofit status through a fiscal sponsor, which means all contributions are tax-deductible. With the help of grants, business sponsorships and reader donations, we will launch in 2022.