All of Us: A Campaign to Rethink Mental Health

Conducting a much-needed conference to educate LA about mental health, advocate for expansion of mental health services, and spread awareness to pave the way for enacting legislative change to support individuals dealing with mental health issues. A series of small projects to change the perception of mental health issues, and to expand the scope of our campaign will precede the conference.


In what areas of Los Angeles will you be directly working?

Central LA

East LA

San Gabriel Valley

San Fernando Valley

South LA


South Bay

Antelope Valley

County of Los Angeles

City of Los Angeles


How do you plan to use these resources to make change?

Engage residents and stakeholders

Expand a pilot or a program

Mobilize for systems change

Advocate with policymakers and leaders

How will your proposal improve the following LIVE metrics?​

Healthcare access

Rates of mental illness

Prevalence of adverse childhood experiences (Dream Metric)

Percentage of LA communities that are resilient (Dream Metric)

Percentage of residents receiving coordinated healthcare services (Dream Metric)

Please explain how you will evaluate your work.

We will determine the success of our project through the community’s increase in contact with mental health representatives introduced at the Conference. We will also analyze available usage data from counseling and psychological service centers to determine an increase in utilization of counseling and psychological services. This, coupled with an increase in traffic on our website, should help us evaluate the success of our Conference to a large extent.

How can the LA2050 community and other stakeholders help your proposal succeed

Publicity/awareness (social capital)

Infrastructure (building/space/vehicles, etc.)


Community outreach

Network/relationship support