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Introduction to the campaign

As part of California’s ongoing mental health movement, the Take Action for Mental Health campaign is designed to help you check in, learn more, and get support for your own mental health or the mental health of someone you care about.

May is Mental Health Matters Month Toolkit Materials, Click Here.


24.3 million

U.S. adults received mental health services in 2020 (source)


of U.S. adults agree that having a mental health disorder is nothing to be ashamed of (source)


of U.S. adults believe that people with mental health disorders can get better (source)


Follow us on Instagram to stay connected with the campaign. Our feed is full of positive info and reminders to take action for your own mental health or someone else’s.

If you've been feeling a little lost or down lately, consider checking out these 10 ways to take action for your mental health today: https://takeaction4mh.com/resources/10-ways-to-take-action-for-mental-health/ (link in bio)

Happy first day of spring 🌸🌻🌿In the spirit of new beginnings, do something that's been on your wishlist for a while — like go to your local botanic garden or a live music show, or invite friends to take a walk together.

Does it seem like someone you care about is acting differently? Today's a good day to check in on them. Learn how to have that check-in chat (and support the long-term mental health of friends and fam) here: https://takeaction4mh.com/resources/check-in-chats/ (link in bio). 

Love it or hate it, Daylight Saving Time starts tomorrow, March 12 😳 Your smartphone will auto-jump an hour ahead, but your body might need time to adjust. Comment with your thoughts on DST 👇🏾 then check in on yourself here: https://takeaction4mh.com/check-in-resources/ (link in bio)
#TakeAction4MH #DaylightSaving
Happy International Women's Day! 💁🏿‍♀️💁🏾‍♀️💁🏽‍♀️💁🏼‍♀️💁🏻‍♀️ This year's theme? #EmbraceEquity. That means speaking out against discrimination—on behalf of ALL women, cis and trans—and advocating for equal pay for equal work. These are major factors in women's mental health. Join in: https://www.internationalwomensday.com/ (link in bio)

March is National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month. By building inclusive, accessible communities, we're ensuring people with disabilities can lead happy, healthy lives. Learn more here: https://nacdd.org/ddam1/ (link in bio)


Karamo Brown-also known as one-fifth of the Queer Eye Fab Five-has been an empathetic and optimistic spokesperson for mental health and wellness. We are proud and thrilled to have his wisdom and voice as part of the Take Action campaign!

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