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Making an impact doesn’t have to be complicated.

Here’s what you can do.

“Be brave enough to start a conversation that matters.” – Dau Voire

HOST A SCREENING

Host a screening of one of our impact films followed by a conversation around the themes in the movie. We can even help you facilitate the discussion!

BECOME A SPONSOR

With a growing audience who loves to be inspired and make a positive impact we want to continue to produce high quality films that get in front of as many people as possible. We would love to partner with you  and position you as an organization that cares.

WATCH A MOVIE

Take family movie night to the next level by renting or purchasing one of our Impact Films to watch. Then use the discussion guide to spark important conversations.

“The way we communicate with others and with ourselves determines the quality of our lives. ~ ANTHONY ROBBINS

Join The Blue House Family

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People Impacted in 2019

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Years of non-profit and community work

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Years of professional work in Entertainment

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Years of making movies

“When we avoid difficult conversations we trade short term discomfort for long term dysfunction.” -Peter Bromberg

Testimonials

“The ability to bring down stigma associated with mental illness is critical to those living in quiet despair. Through storytelling we can start the conversation. Dija is doing jut that through her films.”

– Scott Fadness, Mayor of Fishers, IN

“Showing Love, Jordan at FBC was extremely helpful for the congregation’s ongoing discussion on mental health and showed the subject in a new way through the art of storytelling. The adults that attended were greatly impacted by viewing this issue from a new perspective. The guided discussion with our youth group led by Dija was incredibly powerful, she was able to get the youth to open up on this subject in a way that we haven’t really seen before. We look forward to continuing this conversation and using this as a way to move into new conversations and activities related to mental health.”

-First Baptist Church Indianapolis, IN

“Love, Jordan lowers all barriers to talking about suicide. It is for professionals and parents impacted by mental health challenges, which is for everyone. It opens up a conversation too often brushed aside out of fear.”

-Ben Leslie, Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health Founding Member

“After ten years of working in the mental health community, I often fantasize about creating great films that destigmatize mental health issues, educate and impact the community for the better. I no longer have to fantasize due to The Blue House films.

-Nathaniel McGuire, MFT and CEO/Founder of Empower Counseling, Coaching and Spiritual Direction. LLC.