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Mental Health Awareness Month

Supportive families, communities, and resources can help youth build strong foundations for lifelong well-being.

  • By teaching children and teens coping skills, we can empower them to take charge of their mental health.
  • Know the signs of mental health issues in children and teens. Early diagnosis and treatment can save lives.
  • Start the conversation early: talking about mental health can help children and teens build coping skills and feel comfortable with their emotions.
  • Nurturing relationships and environments are important for helping children and teens develop good mental health and manage life stressors in healthy ways.
  • Good mental health increases the ability of children and teens to practice self-care and face challenges with resilience.

If you or a loved one is experiencing or affected by a mental health, substance use, or suicidal crisis, please call or text ‘988’ (or chat online on 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline’s website) for free, confidential, and immediate help.

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