Mental health problems are often the underlying causes of addiction.
Depression, anxiety, fear, ADHD, OCD, PTSD, bipolar disorder, perfectionism, oppositional defiance, eating disorders, borderline personality disorder, psychosis, schizophrenia, and more negatively impact the lives of more people than you think.
All the more reason for us to destigmatize problems with mental health and create a safe space for people to navigate and heal. Recovery is for everyone.
"No matter who you are or what you have done, your story is not over, and we believe that there is hope for you. Just go on the strength that you have. When you are ready, choose hope with us by grounding, relaxing, or creating. Let hope arise!" - Amy Harmon-Eaton, Sober Truth Projec
According to USA Mental Health First Aid:
These statistics reveal that mental health issues are more common than we thought. And it is crucial to keep an eye out for any symptoms, otherwise they will grow and affect our ability to function. It will bring misery and problems in school, work, relationships, whatever.
Make sure to spot these signs and symptoms early, because they can be managed with a change of lifestyle, or a combination of medications and talk therapy (and that is OK).
Signs and symptoms of mental health may include:
Do you need to see a doctor?
Mental health decline rarely improves on its own. If you are experiencing any of the above signs or symptoms, see your primary care provider or a mental health professional.
We help you help others overcome mental health problems.
If you need support as you love and lead others through mental health recovery, we’re here for you. Contact us today* and we’ll equip you for what’s next.
*If someone is considering or engaging in self-harm, take them to the hospital immediately or call 911.
|24/7 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline|
|24/7 Crisis Counselor Text Line|
|24/7 Live Prayer Line|
|Call 211 for Local Support|
|Warning Signs of a Mental Health Condition|
|Mental Health in Teens|
|How Stress Affects Your Brain|
|Impact of Trauma on the Brain|
|Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES)|
|Very Well Mind|
|Stories: This Is My Brave|
|Dance: Rise Up|
|Dance: You Say|
|What is grounding?|