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Have you felt this way?

I constantly feel on edge, and I don’t know why.

Anxiety disorders involve recurring fear that can keep you from your daily life. It affects nearly 30% of adults at some point in their lives.*

Even though I get plenty of sleep, I’m still tired all the time.

Mental health conditions very often present through physical symptoms, like chronic fatigue, lower back pain, chest pain, gastrointestinal issues, and headaches.*

My life is great, so I can’t figure out why I feel sad.

Nearly 1 in 5 American adults will have a diagnosable mental health condition in any given year.*

Robert’s Story

Robert is finding better ways to cope.

Robert thought drinking was just a part of his social life, until he realized that he was choosing alcohol over his family. With help, he’s confronting the addiction that triggers him to drink. Learn about changing your relationship with alcohol when you make the call.

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Lizzie’s Story

Lizzie is proving her anxiety is her challenge, not her limit.

Lizzie realized her anxiety was keeping her from doing what she loves. That’s when she knew something had to change. Learn how to cope with anxiety when you make the call.

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Diego’s Story

Diego is realizing he has a lot to look forward to.

After his wife died, Diego felt like he lost other joys in his life too. Then he saw that asking for help is a sign of strength, not weakness. Learn how to find help for depression when you make the call.

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Simone’s Story

Simone is discovering that caring for her son starts with caring for herself.

After her son was born, Simone didn’t experience the joy she thought she was supposed to feel. After talking with her doctor, she learned what she’s feeling is highly treatable. Learn about navigating postpartum depression when you make the call.

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What kinds of help are available?

You have options.

There are many different types of mental health support available to you. Here are just a few ways you and your care provider can approach treatment when you make the call.

Talk therapy

There are several types of talk therapy (also known as psychotherapy), all of which can either be conducted in person or via telehealth. About 75% of those who engage in psychotherapy find it benefits them in some way.¹


Prescription medicine

Medication can help ease the symptoms of a variety of mental health disorders, either on a long-term or short-term basis. It may take several tries to find a medication that works best for you.²


Mental wellness

There are many things you can do to benefit your overall wellbeing, including making dietary changes, socializing and engaging with your community, exercising on a regular basis, practicing stress management, and incorporating meditation into your routine.³


Ready to make the call?

Taking the first step in your mental health care journey can begin today. You can contact your primary care doctor or community health center, search through your insurance provider, or find resources through your employer or school counselor.