I Still Matter is woven together into a beautiful mosaic of individuals who share a common threads rooted in trauma, grief, loss and mental illness. We are a peer run & volunteer organization. We strive to provide opportunity for individuals living with mental health challenges by providing a space for community involvement, opportunities to serve others through volunteerism, self advocacy, peer support and and providing resources.
I Still Matter is a peer-run organization made up of volunteers that are either living with mental health challenges or have friends or loved ones who are.
CARMEN JOYCE, M.A., FOUNDER & DIRECTOR
Carmen possesses a Master of Art’s Degree in Counseling from Webster University. She obtained Bachelor of Science as a double major in Sociology and Criminology at Florida Southern College in 2003. She has worked in the field of mental health for over 20 years. Carmen works with the Anti-Stigma Committee in Jacksonville and is a lead on the CHIP Mental Health Workgroup in Clay County, She is an abstract artist and photographer.