Mental Health was one of the top three perceived health problems in the most recent Community Health Survey and is a priority for Community Health Improvement. Our Mental Health and Trauma Task Team compiled resources about general mental health topics and ways to get help.
It’s a lot of more common than you may have thought to have a mental health condition. In fact, in any given year, nearly 1 in 5 Americans have a mental health condition and almost half will at some point in their lives. Mental illness – just like physical illness – is treatable. Counseling, therapy, medical treatments, and lifestyle changes are all options to improving your mental health. It’s hard to know where to start learning about mental health or how to get help. The Mental Health America website provides information on lots of mental health topics or scroll below for more in-person and online resources.
Source: Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality (2018)
Need more information? Click the box below to find mental health resources specific to Crisis Support, Youth, LGBTQ+, Black/African American, Native American, and Veterans. Mental health resources in Spanish and French , as well as mental health directories and education websites are also available.
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