65% of Dallas County residents cite “stigma” or “embarrassment” as the primary barrier to getting help for mental health challenges. Learn about Stigma.
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Self-care is a series of small, repeatable actions you can do on your own that make you feel better.

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You’ve just taken the first step toward your mental wellness. We’re glad you’re here.

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It’s time to end the stigma around mental health in Dallas County.

Welcome. Visiting this site is a great first step in finding mental health resources for you or for someone important to you. It takes courage and caring to learn more about how to begin healing. The links here offer more detail about the most common mental health challenges, great ways you can help yourself from home and a wealth of resources that connect you to professionals and community that can be a part of your healing. Start your journey to wellness.
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Understanding Stigma

Stigma, or a fear of being judged for admitting some personal or familial weakness, is the largest barrier to getting the help you need. If you let stigma overcome obvious evidence of a mental health decline or challenge, the end results can be destructive for you and your loved ones. The key to fighting back is realizing that thousands of people experience these challenges, and it is possible to find help.

Stay healthy and happy with our self-care and health tips.

Self-care is all about you. You can get started with some baby steps — by getting a little more exercise, learning to meditate, eating healthier, or learning new coping strategies. Check out our Health Tips page and choose to take one small step today.

1 IN 6 young people has experienced a major depressive episode.
61% of Texas residents who need mental health treatment are not receiving any.

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