A substantial segment of this month's issue is devoted to the important topic of stigmatization of mental illness. In three separate articles, Patrick W. Corrigan, Psy.D., and his associates examine adolescents' perceptions of the stigma associated with mental illness and alcohol abuse (see page 544) and structural—or institutionalized—stigma as evidenced by newspaper articles (page 551) and state legislation (page 557). In an article (on page 564), Iris Sher, Psy.D., and her coauthors discuss the relationship between caregivers' attitudes to mental illness and patients' adherence to antidepressant treatment. In another article, Richard Warner, M.B., D.P.M., describes local projects of the World Psychiatric Association's program for reducing stigma and discrimination (page 570). And in a brief report (on page 599), Cheng-Fang Yen, M.D., Ph.D., and colleagues present the results of a study on self-stigmatization and its correlates among outpatients with depressive disorders. The issue of stigma is also addressed in the letters section (page 610).