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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You’re on your way to better mental health. We’re glad you’re here.

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Get your self-care on.

Self-care comes in a ton of different ways — from morning walks to long evening baths to eating healthier snacks. Let’s find the thing that works for you.

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Finally put the pandemic behind you.

Even though things have opened back up, COVID-19 still left its mark on all of us. And however it affected you, we’re here to help you move forward.

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Your mental health matters.

You’re here. And that’s a great first step on the way to finding better ways to manage your mental health. Because here’s the thing, mental health affects everyone and it changes throughout your life as you experience new challenges and go through trauma, stress, change and everything else this world can throw at you. And it takes a lot of practice, care and help to manage your mental health through it all. That’s why we’re here with the information, resources, tips and people you need — so you don’t have to do it alone. So, let’s keep it going and take the next steps toward better mental health together. What are you dealing with?
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Overcoming Stigma

We’ve made a lot of progress recently, but the stigma around mental illness (the fear of being judged for needing or asking for help) can still be a big barrier that stops people from getting the help they need. So, it’s important that you know you are not alone — and that everyone deals with mental health challenges throughout life. Everyone can benefit from a little help managing their mental health the same way they manage their physical health.

Practicing self-care is a great place to start.

There are so many ways to practice self-care and doing them can be super simple. Just by doing things like adding a little exercise, eating healthier, taking mental breaks and learning new coping strategies can make a big difference in your mental health. Our Health Tips page is a great place to find ideas and inspiration and start some self-care 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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