Every day of the year, ITE/MH’s message is that people who experience recovery, and those who support them, are the best Evidence of mental health recovery. By sharing your personal view of recovery—through photography, writing, or other forms of visual or written art— you provide hope, encouragement, example, and opportunity to others.
Upload a photo of yourself—alone, with another person, or as part of a group—writing, paintings, illustrations, and more. We will feature your art on our blog and Facebook page, along with your message about how you are the Evidence. See an example here.
Photo Guidelines and Requirements
- Use a smartphone or regular camera to take your photo. Please upload photos in jpeg format (.jpg) that that are at least 900 pixels wide, with a maximum size of 5MB. Please submit only the original photo files. Do not paste photos into a word document.
- Take the photo in a well-lit space or outdoors to better spotlight you and others who may be in it.
- Please download and print the ITE/MH sign and hold it for the picture so that it’s completely visible in the final photo. Click here for the “I’m the Evidence” sign and click here for the “We’re the Evidence” sign.
- Don’t forget to smile!
Photo Submission Form
Thank you for standing as the Evidence—the ITE/MH Campaign appreciates your putting your personal perspective out there to focus the spotlight on mental health recovery and support.
I’m the Evidence/Mental Health Campaign (ITE/MH) celebrates people who are the living Evidence of mental health recovery and the individuals and communities that support them.