Mental health conditions are common and affect one in five American adults. Unlike most disabling physical diseases, mental illnesses usually begin early on in life, 75% by age 24. But help is available, recovery is possible, and early intervention is key. Health screenings provide a quick and easy way to spot the first signs of mental illness. If you think you might be depressed, struggling with anxiety or another mental health condition, please talk to your doctor. Asking for help is a sign of strength not a sign of weakness. Be brave. You're worth it.

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Understanding Mental Disorders
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Online Screening Tools
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Treatment & Services
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Finding a Behavioral Health Care Provider
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Local Therapist Referrals
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Community Mental Health Programs
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Living with a Mental Health Condition
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Depression Toolkit
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Healthy Self Care Practices
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Navigating a Mental Health Crisis
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Caregiver Support
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Fighting the Stigma
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