Resources For Journalists

Language guide for reporting on mental health

The Carter Center Journalism Resource Guide on Behavioral Health (pdf) supports journalists’ efforts to report accurately and effectively behavioral health issues, including addiction and substance use, in ways that do not reinforce stereotypes and stigma.

Fellowship News

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Going Digital: Strengthening Mental Health Education and Clinical Trainings in Liberia

After working with the Ministry of Health and key partners for over a decade, the Carter Center’s Mental Health Program has seen tremendous increases in Liberia’s behavioral health system’s capacity to attend to the immense mental health needs of the population. Important sustained gains include workforce development, drafting and passage…

Carter Center Fellow Almudena Toral at the New Mexico area of the border.  (Photo/Patricia Clarembaux)

Apply for a 2022-2023 Rosalynn Carter Fellowship for Mental Health Journalism in Latin America

Universidad de La Sabana, in partnership with The Carter Center, is now accepting applications for the Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism for the 2022-2023 cycle.  The program awards two fellowships to Latin American journalists who investigate and report on the state of mental health in this region. The…

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Let’s Chat! Carter Center fellows and advisors answer your fellowship questions.

Carter Fellows, Fellowship Advisory Board members and staff will take live questions about the fellowships, applications and more. ATLANTA — The Carter Center’s Rosalynn Carter Fellowships for Mental Health Journalism will host Let’s Chat on Zoom on March 16, 2022 at 1 p.m. ET. REGISTER FOR ‘LET’S CHAT’ ON ZOOM…