Here for you.

So many people are better off because they spoke up and created a support team around them. Here’s where to start:


Your doctor is there to help you with whatever you’re going through with your physical and mental health. Let them know what you’re dealing with, so they can work with you to create the best care plan for you.


Therapy, when provided by the right mental health specialist, can be as effective as medication. Ask your doctor for a referral. Your employer might offer an assistance program that includes therapy.


Whether it’s a friend, family member, or colleague, even if you haven’t talked to them in a while — reach out and let them in on the real stuff that is going on in your life. It's not always easy, but talking it out can really help.

If you’re having thoughts of hurting yourself or others, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline on 1-800-273-8255 or Lifeline Crisis Chat.

If your life is in danger, call 911 or go directly to emergency services.


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