Agency Doles Out $11.2M for Mental Health Campaign
The California Mental Health Services Authority has selected the Sacramento-based public relations firm Runyon Saltzman & Einhorn to lead a team in conducting a three-year, $11.2 million statewide social marketing campaign aimed at reducing stigma and discrimination associated with mental health conditions. The firm is one of eight organizations selected by the state for the initiative, which has a total budget of $40 million over three years.
- "Mental Health Agency Taps Anti-Bias Team" (Glover, Sacramento Bee, 10/13).
- "Runyon Saltzman & Einhorn Chosen for $11.2M Mental Health Campaign" (Turner, Sacramento Business Journal, 10/13).