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The way you treat me is your path, the way I react is mine!


  • If you have ever felt overwhelming shame and isolation


  • If you have ever felt confused why it’s so hard to gain access to stigma-free resources

  • If you have ever wondered why you have to stop working and struggle financially before medical professionals, state agencies, or the government recognize your disability

  • If your mental illness has been misdiagnosed countless times


  • If you have ever lived with constant debilitating fear of how a BPD diagnosis and associated stigma will affect current or future employment

  • If you struggle to maintain long-term friendships and family relationships

  • If you live with the daily fear and panic of leaving the house or just existing in the outside world

  • if you have ever been horrified watching the many stories on the news about individuals suffering a mental health crisis being institutionalized, incarcerated, harmed, or losing their life -- worrying if you are next



There are at least 11 million members of the BPD tribe, and more than half have limited or no access to specialized therapy or resources.


The Human Grace Collective wants to empower a collective mindset shift, drive compassion and support, promote de-escalation in highly charged situations, and advocate for affordable mental health solutions for individuals living with BPD.

Did You Know?

  According to NAMI:

  • Diagnosing mental illness isn't a straightforward science. We can't test for it the same way we can test blood sugar levels for diabetes. Each condition has its own set of unique symptoms, though symptoms often overlap.

  • Across the U.S. economy, serious mental illness causes $193.2 billion in lost earnings each year.

  • 11.9% of U.S. adults with serious mental illness had no insurance coverage in 2021.

  • The average delay between onset of mental illness symptoms and treatment is 11 years.

  • Americans live in places with less than one mental health care provider per 30,000 people. Even therapists can have trouble finding help. 

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Our Mission

  • Increase the level of GRACE and support shown to individuals navigating borderline personality disorder (BPD), especially during periods of crisis​!

  • Work towards shifting the stigma of BPD and other severe forms of mental illness.

Our Vision

  • To provide hidden disability ID cards, wristbands, hoodies/t-shirts, and ultimately biometric wearables that drive respectful and safe resolution for individuals with BPD during periods of crisis.


  • To provide a community and safe space for individuals with BPD to celebrate their authentic selves.

  • To drive conversations and training geared towards shifting both the negative narrative and collective mindset towards BPD and personality disorders.

  • To raise funding to build rage/recovery kits, develop VR gaming experiences, advance BPD research and legislation, and provide access to existing and innovative resources, including opening a support HUB called Grace Cafe.


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