Normalizing conversations about mental health, especially in BIPOC and other marginalized communities.

Creative Studio
Social Marketing

Emotional Support Human, Horizon Foundation | 2020-present  

The goal of the Emotional Support Human campaign is for Howard County residents to speak openly and normalize the conversation about mental health, especially among people in BIPOC and multi-cultural communities. In response to the urgent need for mental health resources during the pandemic, PRR redesigned the campaign in just three months. We built our communications strategy by deeply listening to the Foundation’s community members and grant recipients, including conducting research to test creative concepts with a diverse cross-section of county residents, grantees, and other CBOs. The results informed our media strategy and creative approach in developing five new animated short videos, a new website, and a paid and organic media campaign that included social media strategy, content creation, and follow-up outreach to CBOs. 

A cartoon of seven people of different genders, races, and body shapes smiling with their arms around each other.


To date, our campaign is performing 4.2 times better year-over-year than the Foundation’s previous mental health campaign. From August to November 2020, we measured 39,000 video plays, 94,699 people reached via social media posts, 35 community-based organizations engaged, and 2.26 million people reached via digital and social ads.

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