About the Okay to Say™ Movement
How can you play a role in making it Okay to Say?Speak Up If you are struggling with your mental health, reach out to a trusted friend or family member and share how you are feeling. It’s okay – and it’s vital - to ask for help. Share Hope If someone close to you is struggling, become their mental health supporter. You don’t have to be an expert; just showing up can be invaluable. Learn how to be a supporter on the Resources page. Add Your Voice Has someone helped you through a difficult time with a mental health issue? Your story – and your supporters’ experiences – will resonate with other people and inspire them to reach out for help, or offer help to a loved one. Share your journey on the Your Stories page or on social media (with the hashtag #okaytosay) to help others speak out and share hope. Spread the message that it’s okay to talk openly about mental health.
About Mental Illness and Mental Health Issues
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About Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute
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