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Your mental health matters

Your mental health plays a big role in your whole health. That’s why you’ll find mental health resources to support the whole you. So you can feel good in both body — and mind. Whether you’re focusing on you or supporting someone you love, you have help.  

Support is here

Whether you’ve just received a diagnosis or are looking for ways to boost your mental well-being, we’ve got info to help guide you.

Many people are going through something. You're not alone.

47 million

adults in the U.S. have a mental health condition.1

Need help right now?

If you or someone you know has a mental health emergency, call, text or chat 988. This is the number for the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline. If you have thoughts of harming yourself or someone else, trained counselors can help you, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

If you or someone you know has a medical emergency and needs help right now, call 911 or go to the nearest hospital.

It’s OK not to be OK

It’s OK not to be OK

Talking openly about mental health helps end the stigma that often comes with it. So, wherever you are in your mental health journey, we're here to remind you — it’s OK to seek help.

You've got options for care  


Your primary care provider (PCP) 

Your PCP is the medical provider who provides your main health care. They are the one who can best meet your personal needs. Questions about your mental health care? You can reach out to your PCP first.

Federally qualified health clinics (FQHCs)​

FQHCs are community-based centers that provide free or low-cost care and services to those in need. You can get care for mental health and substance use disorders at some locations. You pay what you can afford, based on your income. Find an FQHC near you.


1Mental Health America. The State of Mental Health in America. Accessed February 12, 2023.  

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