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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.

Teachers do more than give instruction. They are often the first person a student turns to when they are seeking help. Thank you for being there! #WorldTeachersDay
Animal companions can be good for human mental health. This #WorldAnimalWelfareDay, we pause to think about their wellbeing as well. Do you have a favorite animal friend?
Today is International Day of Older Persons. With positive attitudes about aging, and support for wellness in later years, we can all help create a more age-friendly world. Please join us in observing Older Adult Mental Health Awareness Week from Oct. 1-10. #TakeAction4MH #IDOP2022
Suicide prevention should be a year-round effort—not just something we talk about in September. You can help yourself and others when you #KnowtheSigns and get help when needed at the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline:
Reminder: If you start to feel overwhelmed, anxious, or depressed, it may be time to seek help. Find out more about the different types of support available to you by hitting the green "FIND HELP NOW" button on the homepage at the link in our bio.
It's #MusicMonday! What songs are on your playlist about September or fall? We'll start: "Wake Me Up When September Ends" by Green Day. It's got all the feels.

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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If you are in distress, need emotional support, or are worried about a loved one, help is available.

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