March of 2018, Jacksonville advocates: arts, peer support crucial to help mentally ill. Interview with Founder, Carmen Joyce in Jacksonville Times Union. Read here
April of 2017, I Still Matter received a Ripple Effect Award from Mental Health America of Jacksonville for Innovative/Program of the Year!
January of 2017, Baptist Health shares information about Inside Out being displayed on 4 of their campuses, in hopes to help minimize the stigma surrounding by mental illness.
August of 2016, Florida Times Union shares the story of teen ISM volunteer, Meri Read and how she hopes to destigmatize mental illness with Inside Out, currently hosted at four Baptist Health campuses.
May of 2016, WJCT reporter, Ryan Benks, reports I Still Matter’s new coloring book launch called I Still Color, at Art Walk. Click to read the story here.
November of 2015, Florida Times Union mentioned I Still Matter’s Inside Out upcoming art opening at FSCJ North Campus on Wednesday, November 4th.
May of 2015, I Still Matter’s Inside Out art instillation was documented in The Resident Community News. View the article online here.
April, May of 2015, and during One Spark, I Still Matter was interviewed by Buzz magazine, and won 3rd place in Buzz Magazine’s Good Guy Award in July, 2015!