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Mental illness is real.
It's common.
It's treatable.
And it's OK to talk about it.

One in five people will have a diagnosable mental illness this year. Yet few know how to talk about it.

Advocacy

Advocacy for mental illness and addiction takes many forms, from personal care-giving to moving political action. In all cases, the more we join with others the louder our voices can be.  Find and join others who support your efforts to improve local and national resources that support recovery. Advocacy … Read More... about Advocacy

Suicide Prevention

Suicide is rarely a spur of the moment decision. In the days and hours before people kill themselves, there are usually clues and warning signs. Learn more now.       If you are in crisis, call 9-1-1.The following websites offer a wide variety of resources. Click on any of the … Read More... about Suicide Prevention

Substance Use Resources

Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and other addictions affect people from all walks of life. It doesn't matter your gender, ethnicity or socioeconomic status, like mental illness, these issues can affect anyone. SUD is thought to be a chronic, progressive disease, that without treatment can be fatal. … Read More... about Substance Use Resources