1. Reduce the fear of difference
2. Provide education about mental health and mental illness in the schools.
3. Encourage those affected by mental illness to go public, especially celebrities and high profile individuals who can make an impact on public opinion.
4. Appoint individuals who have experienced mental illness to boards of hospitals, community agencies and mental health programs.
5. Challenge the media. Write to editor's, call television stations and comment on social media when there are inappropriate references or stigmatizing portrayals of people with mental illness.
6. Promote the restoration of the person's wholeness, subjectively and objectively, by facilitating their multiple roles, emphasizing that the person is not an illness but has an illness.