Each and every one of us have physical health that we are aware of and care for in a variety of ways that meet our individual needs. Mental health should be the exact same. For some, part of their mental health journey includes a diagnosis, a treatment plan, or medication. For others, their lived experience can vary based on what’s best for them. But regardless of how we care for ourselves, it’s important we remember that we all have our own mental health to prioritize.
In order to continue destigmatizing the conversation surrounding mental health, while also sharing truths and care options, we’ve intentionally put together some resources for you to explore or share.
It’s OK to pause and take care of yourself. We’ve created a page with some suggestions for how you can do that right now—and how you can make plans to keep the self-care efforts going in the future.
More than anything, you deserve to know this: You are not alone. We share stories so that you feel seen, heard, and acknowledged. Here are some that might find you like a friend extending compassion and honest insights.
Supporting your mental health looks like knowing what’s available. We all deserve to access to help. Whether you’re looking for a support group, a counselor to speak to, or additional forms of self-care, we invite you to spend some time familiarizing yourself with our FIND HELP Tool. By entering your zip code, you'll locate the resources accessible in your area. You might be searching for something to use at this moment, or you can create a list ready for a day somewhere down the road when you need some extra support.
Our free daily-use self-care app can help you start each day with words of encouragement, while also tracking your mood and asking you to reflect through journaling prompts. Taking even just five minutes out of your day to care for yourself can make a huge difference.
We want to live in a world where it’s OK to talk about mental health and to ask for help. We hear all too often that the road to getting help can be full of roadblocks and challenges. That’s why we created the Treatment & Recovery Scholarship Program. If you are facing financial hardship, we want you to have access to the care you need.