Raising awareness for the whole person
Mental health affects us all. Here, are resources to start the conversation and find support.
According to Mental Health America
Of all U.S. adults live with a mental health condition.
Children who experience trauma are 1-3x more likely to develop a mental health condition as adults than children who don’t experience trauma.
Of Americans will meet the criteria for diagnosable mental health condition at some point in their life.
Studies have found children of parents with generalized anxiety (GAD) to be 2-6x as likely to receive a GAD diagnosis.
Our collaborative toolkit
Maintaining positive mental health, starts with having the right tools and resources. Here you will find worksheets and handouts, as well as other resources that help promote your mental health and support you as a whole person. Learn more from Mental Health America.
What is mental health?
Mental health refers to our emotional and social well-being and impacts how we think, feel,
Maintaining good mental health
When you’re mentally healthy, you are able to enjoy your life and the people in it, feel good
about yourself, keep up good relationships, and deal with stress.
Many people overcome the
mental health challenges they face. You aren’t alone – help is out there, and recovery is
Mental health terms
Start here for quick access to a glossary of mental health terms and definitions.
Most mental health conditions don’t have a single cause. The more risk factors you have, the more likely you are to develop a
mental health condition in your lifetime
Asking for help
A mental health concern is anything that causes a
person to believe their mental health may be
When you’ve decided to seek help, knowing what resources are available and where to start can be tricky. Start here to figure out some options.
Mental Health First Aid
Mental Health First Aid helps you assist someone experiencing a mental health or substance use-related crisis.