Mental health care can work for you.

If you’re feeling sad or anxious all the time, it doesn’t have to be that way. Help is available. And it works.

Does this sound like you?

I can’t explain why I’m feeling nervous all the time.

Anxiety disorders involve excessive fear or anxiety and affect nearly 30% of adults at some point in their lives.*

I don’t have the energy I used to.

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

I don’t have a problem. This is just who I am.

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

Lizzie’s Story

Anxiety held me back. Now I’m rising above.

Lizzie’s anxiety was making it hard for her to leave the house, much less do what she loves. Learn how mental health care is helping her through it.

Diego’s Story

I’m finding myself again. Next up, the fish.

After his wife died, Diego felt like he lost the other joys in his life, too. Learn how mental health care is helping him cope with his depression.

Simone’s Story

I’m working on myself. For both of us.

Simone was struggling with postpartum depression, which made it difficult to enjoy life as a new Mom. Learn how mental health care is helping her feel better.

Feel like you need help?

You have options.

Starting on the path to better mental health can feel intimidating. But rest assured, there are caring, trained professionals ready to help—and create a treatment plan that works for you.

Here are just a few forms of mental health care, with new advancements continuing to be developed every day.


There are several types of psychotherapy, like talk therapy, group therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy—which can be in person or via telehealth. About 75 percent of people who enter psychotherapy show some benefit from it.¹


Prescription Medicine

Medications can help ease symptoms of many mental health disorders. Many options are available today, and they affect people in different ways. It may take several tries to find the medication that’s right for you.²


Mental Wellness

There are many other things you can do to complement your mental health care treatment and improve your overall wellbeing. Dietary changes, exercise, and meditation are just a few.³


Take the next step.

Contact your primary health care clinician. They’ll work with you to create a plan so you can keep moving forward.

Here are some additional resources to support you.