Taking care of your mental health is important. It allows you to get along with the people you love and care for or interact with every day. Your mental health affects how you focus at work and overcome obstacles. Our list of mental illnesses focuses on those mental health conditions that are most common.
MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT & SERVICES
Improving your mental health is possible. There are many resources available such as working with a mental health provider, attending a support group, or getting assistance with housing and relationships. The mental health system can sometimes be tricky. Click below to see how you can get help and navigate the system.
Ensuring that mental health is on the local, state and national agenda is important. Public policy affects whether you have access to necessary treatments and services. It also can ensure insurance plans treat mental illness equally to physical illness. Click the link below to learn more.
HOW CAN I GET INVOLVED?
Advocacy is an important way to raise awareness of mental health issues and erase the stigma around mental illness. Learn more about how you can join us on our journey to raise awareness and assist those affected by mental illness by clicking the link below.
MENTAL HEALTH INFORMATION
MENTAL HEALTH CONDITIONS
We need to change the way we think about mental health. Genes, biology, environment, and lifestyle all contribute to your mental health. Did you know there are 4 stages to mental illness? There is a 50/50 chance that you have entered into at least one of these stages. Click below to learn more.
MENTAL HEALTH STATISTICS
Because of the stigma mental health has been given in America, many Americans believe mental disorders are rare and always happen to someone else. But that's not true! Statistics show that it's incredibly more common that you think. Learn to recognize the warning signs by clicking the link below.