Meet some of the people whose lives were transformed with the help of Vibrant’s work and programs. Hear their stories, their words, and their voices, through these stories of hope and change.


Caregiving in Crisis: Resources for Families and Caregivers Feeling The Effects of COVID-19

At Vibrant Emotional Health, we understand that the coronavirus pandemic has presented an array of mental health challenges for people at all stages of life. Our goal is to support the full spectrum of mental wellness to help everyone receive emotional support and care when, where, and how they need it. This is where we… View Article

Vibrant’s Statement on the Derek Chauvin Verdict

It is gratifying that George Floyd’s murderer will know accountability, and his family may receive a small measure of peace. We know that there is so much more we must do to achieve justice in our nation. Justice would mean that George Floyd, Daunte Wright, Breonna Taylor, Ma’Khia Bryant and so many others would be… View Article

Vibrant’s Statement on Racism Against the AAPI Community

The murders of eight people in Georgia, six of them Asian American women, are shocking and horrifying. And while investigators have been quick to dismiss the notion that this violence was racially-motivated, we know better. These murders are emblematic of the racism and violence faced historically by Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities in… View Article

Supporting Asian American and Pacific Islander Mental Health

This page is regularly updated with new resources and information. Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders have the lowest help-seeking rate for mental health services of any racial/ethnic group. This may be due to the many systemic barriers to accessing mental health care and quality treatment, such as the disparity between the high demand and poor… View Article

Supporting Black Mental Health

This page is regularly updated with new resources and information. According to the Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health, Black adults in the U.S. are more likely than white adults to report persistent symptoms of emotional distress, such as sadness, hopelessness and feeling like everything is an effort. Black adults living below the… View Article

Meet a TFI Fellow: Jose

My name is Jose and I am a college Fellow from Los Angeles’ The Fellowship Initiative (TFI). As a first generation Mexican-American student, I am aware of the stigma associated with mental illness in the Latino community, especially among males. Throughout my life, I have faced multiple challenges. I am the youngest son of a… View Article

Coping with Election Stress

When feelings of anxiety occur due to major national, regional, or community events like elections, it can exacerbate other anxieties people may be having that are not necessarily related to that event. Past memories of anxiety may also be triggered by such events, adding to current stress. Here are a few tips to help manage… View Article

President Signs National Suicide Hotline Designation Act Into Law

Vibrant is gratified that President Trump has signed into law the National Suicide Hotline Designation Act. This law will help to ensure mental health crisis and suicide prevention services are accessible to everyone. Vibrant Emotional Health administers the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, and confirms that a national three-digit phone number will improve access to vital… View Article

Statement Regarding the National Suicide Hotline Designation Act Receiving Congressional Approval

We thank Congress for its leadership in passing the National Suicide Hotline Designation Act at this crucial time. It is vital, now more than ever, to ensure mental health crisis services are easily accessible. Vibrant Emotional Health administers the National Suicide Prevention Hotline, and knows from experience that a national three-digit phone number will expand… View Article