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Are you interested in continuing the conversation about mental health awareness? Do you have a heart to share it with others? There are so many ways you can help! Volunteer. Donate. Connect on Social Media. Start a movement. Participate in fundraisers and events. Share your story. It doesn't matter how you help, it only matters that you do.
THESE ARE A FEW OF THE WONDERFUL ORGANIZATIONS YOU CAN GET INVOLVED WITH, AND THERE ARE SO MANY MORE OUT THERE. RESEARCH AND FIND OUT WHICH ONES SPEAK TO YOUR HEART!
Want to get involved with The Trevor Project's life-saving work but don't know where to start? Click on these volunteering opportunities to explore how you can help end suicide among LGBTQIA+ youth.
@TheTrevorProject on FACEBOOK
@trevorproject on INSTAGRAM
@TrevorProject on TWITTER
For more than 100 years, Mental Health America has helped people thrive. Learn about all the ways you can give to the nation's leading community-based nonprofit.
@mentalhealthamerica on FACEBOOK
@mentalhealthamerica on INSTAGRAM
@MentalHealthAM on TWITTER
IDONTMIND is a mental health awareness program, working to break down the barrier of stigma and to bring help to those that need it. Their goal is to get people talking about their minds, and to generate positive messaging about mental health. #IDONTMIND
@IDONTMIND on FACEBOOK
@idontmind on INSTAGRAM
@IDONTMIND on TWITTER
To Write Love on Her Arms is a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, and suicide. TWLOHA exists to encourage, inform, inspire, and also to invest directly into treatment and recovery.
@towriteloveonherarms on FACEBOOK
@twloha on INSTAGRAM
@TWLOHA on TWITTER
NAMI offers the understanding that only those with the lived experience of mental illness can provide. Together with our grassroots volunteers, we work every day to provide help and hope to millions of Americans. When we take care of mental health, we can all see the benefits.
The first step is helping us stop the stigma against mental health. With your help, we can stop stigma from being a barrier against people seeking help and speaking out.
@NAMI on FACEBOOK
@namicommunicate on INSTAGRAM
@NAMICommunicate on TWITTER
Whether you’ve lost someone or are struggling with suicidal thinking—you are not alone. We bring people who have been affected by suicide out of the darkness, and give them opportunities to help others. AFSP raises awareness, funds scientific research and provides resources and aid to those affected by suicide.