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Check in with yourself to see if you need to take action for your mental health. Use self-care activities and other support options to give your mind and body the break they need to recharge. And get to know when it’s time to seek professional support for the challenges you’re facing.

Check in with your family, friends, and other people around you to see if they could use some support for their mental health. Just letting them know you’re there for them if they want to talk can make a big difference. And help them get support from other sources if they need more help.

Check In Resources

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Showing up for yourself and your 2SLGBTQIA+ Community – Youth and Young Adults

Learn ways that you can show up for yourself and for your 2SLGBTQIA+ Community. This resource is geared to our youth 2SLGBTQIA+ community.

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Showing up for Yourself and Your 2SLGBTQIA+ Community – Adults and Older Adults

Learn ways that you can show up for yourself and for your 2SLGBTQIA+ Community. This resource is geared to our older generation 2SLGBTQIA+ community.

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Health Novela

A guide for parents and children to explore together to help understand mental health and wellness for your family and community.

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When Is It Time to Seek Support for Your Mental Health?

When you regularly check in on your own mental health and that of the people you care about, you can take action to address problems early on before they become more serious.

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How to Recognize the Warning Signs of Suicide

By taking action to help a loved one—recognizing the warning signs, finding the words to start a conversation with someone you are concerned about, and reaching out for support—you have the power to make a difference, to help someone find their reasons for living.

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Take Action Pledge

Join us in making and sharing your personal Pledge to Take Action for Mental Health. By making this Pledge, you are committing to Check In, Learn More, and Get Support for yourself, your friends, and your community, to improve everyone’s mental health.

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Check-In Chats

Many people want to support their family and friends but aren’t sure how to bring up the subject of mental health. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be hard!

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  1. Feeling sad or hopeless
  2. Feeling consistently anxious, worried, or overwhelmed
  3. Being unable to concentrate on work or school
  4. Having wide changes in moods
  5. Withdrawing from friends and activities
  6. Difficulty coping with daily problems or stress
  7. Consuming more alcohol or drugs than usual or more often
  8. Becoming easily irritable
  9. Undergoing changes in eating or sleeping patterns
  10. Thinking people are out to get you

If these feelings or changes last longer than two weeks or are interfering with your life, getting support can help you get back on track. Read more about how to recognize when you or someone you care about needs help.


What Is It?

  • A conversation about how someone is feeling
  • A way to ask if someone needs some support for their mental health
  • A chance to show you care and are there for them


  •  You can make a big difference in someone’s life.
  • You can help someone find support or services when needed.
  • Talking about mental health gets easier the more you do it.


  • “Seems like something is bothering you. Do you want to talk about it?”
  • “How have you been feeling?”
  • “What can I do to support you?”

Get more Check-In Chat guidance.