Talk About Mental Health
If you have, or believe you may have, a mental health problem, it is helpful to talk about these issues with others. Learn more about building a strong support system and developing a recovery plan.
Mental health problems don't only affect adults. Children, teens and young adults can have mental health problems, too.
It can be hard to talk to your child or dependent about mental health problems. Get tips for starting the conversation.
Anyone can experience mental health problems. Friends and family members can make all the difference in a person’s recovery process. Learn how to support your friends and loved ones with mental health problems.
Educators are often the first to notice mental health problems. Find out about mental health problems, what you can do, and how to develop effective strategies to meet the mental health needs of your students.
Many people may turn to faith and community leaders when facing mental health problems or traumatic events, before they turn to a health care professional. Learn how to support mental health in your community.
Find tools and resources to help you get involved and build awareness of mental health problems in your community.
People share personal stories of hope and recovery from mental health problems.