On Your Friends.
Even The "Strong" Ones.
Starting a conversation about mental health does not need to be uncomfortable, and it can make all the difference. Check out these resources to learn how to support a friend – or get help for yourself.
It’s okay to not be okay
In this video, Megan Thee Stallion gets real about the pressures to be strong and the importance of peer-to-peer support, reminding us all that "It's okay to not be okay.”Watch now
Knowing when extra help is needed
You don’t need to be an expert to recognize when someone needs outside help – if you can tell a friend isn’t doing well, they might need a greater network of support.
What to say when you don’t know what to say
Don’t worry if you’re at a loss for words! Here are conversation guides for those moments to help you get started.
Taking Care of Your Own Mental Health
If you’re experiencing increased stress, anxiety, sadness or other mental health concerns, you’re not alone. Learn self-care strategies and how to get additional help for yourself if you need it.Learn how
We Can Talk About It
When the world doesn’t listen, be the friend who does. Many of us feel like we can’t discuss our mental health for many reasons. “We Can Talk About It” encourages you to push past taboos and misconceptions about mental health by seizing the awkward, reaching out to a friend and checking in.
You've got a roof over your head.
Bro, you gotta stop with that depression stuff.
That's a white people thing.
En esta casa, los hombres no lloran.
You all right?
It just feels like it's coming from everywhere.
Do you wanna talk about it?
Thanks for hearing me out, bro.
You can talk to me if you're feeling sad.
Whenever you need to talk,
I'm here, OK?