All of our upcoming events are shown in the calendar below.

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.

We’re all on our own mental health journeys. And even if your path is going in the right direction — it’s not always a straight line.

If you have goals for your mental health, start by figuring out where you are in your journey. Are you busy with other priorities, or already identifying the steps to take? Check out our Reimagine Mental Health sheet to find your stage and some tips for moving in the right direction. Download it here (link in bio): https://takeaction4mh.com/toolkit-categories/may-is-mental-health-matters-month-2024/ 

#TakeAction4MH #MentalHealthMattersMonth #Reimagine4MH
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Reimagining your mental health means setting goals and taking steps to reach them. To improve your mental health, what changes need to happen?

Writing things down can be a big help. So we created a goal-setting worksheet for you — with effective strategies and space to write down your goals, your obstacles, your “why,” and more. Download it here (link in bio): https://takeaction4mh.com/toolkit-categories/may-is-mental-health-matters-month-2024/ 

#MentalHealthAwarenessMonth #MayIsMentalHealthMonth #Reimagine4MH
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This Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, let’s talk about mental health in the AAPI community.

Talking about mental health is the first step to encouraging someone to get the help they need. What will you say to break the ice?

#AAPIHeritageMonth #MentalHealthAwareness
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May Is Mental Health Matters Month! Because your mental health is important — to every part of your life and to the communities you’re part of. 

Our theme for 2024 is “Reimagine Mental Health.” All month, we’ll bring you practical, effective ways to envision and reach your mental health goals.

#TakeAction4MH #MentalHealthMattersMonth #Reimagine4MH
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If you or someone you know are having thoughts of suicide, know that you are not alone. Call or text 988 to reach a trained counselor at the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline. 

You can also chat at https://988lifeline.org/chat/ 

It’s free of charge, confidential, and open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

More ways to get immediate help — including substance use and non-emergency mental and emotional support — are on our Find Help Now page (link in bio): https://takeaction4mh.com/find-help-now/

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Are you worried about someone? You can get help for them. Many support options are available — including: 
- 2SLGBTQIA+ resources
- Social, peer, and spiritual support
- Alternative therapies
- Therapists and counselors
- Phone, text, and chat support 
- And more
They’re fortunate to have you in their corner. To get started, go to (link in bio): https://takeaction4mh.com/get-support-resources/

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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!

Learn More

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

Find Help Now