Mental Health 101

  1. Family Peer Warmline

  2. Preparing to Share: Talking about hard topics

  3. Thinking traps: How can I deal with negative thoughts?

  4. Can genetic testing help me find the right mental health meds?

  5. Can meditation improve my mental health?

  6. I feel better; should I go off my meds?

  7. How fast do mental health meds work?

  8. How do I find the right medication for my mental health?

  9. My coping skills aren’t working anymore

  10. 7 tips for talking to a loved one about their mental health

  11. What can keeping a journal do for my mental health?

  12. How can I take charge of my own mental health?

  13. What mental illness do I have?

  14. I can’t afford mental health meds!

  15. How to keep a mental health journal

  16. Who makes mental health decisions for me if I can’t?

  17. How to help someone make decisions about their mental health

  18. I think someone I care about has a mental illness

  19. I can’t afford therapy!

  20. How can I help a loved one with a mental illness?

  21. I don’t want to take medication!

  22. Does mental illness go away on its own?

  23. I don’t like my therapist

  24. What should I look for in a therapist?

  25. How common is mental illness?

  26. Who can I talk to about my mental illness?

  27. Is mental illness genetic?

  28. Why do I have a mental illness?

  29. How do you treat mental illness?

  30. How can I improve my mental health on my own?

  31. I don’t want to go to therapy!

  32. How does therapy work? What to expect

  33. What causes mental illness?

  34. Is mental illness curable?

  35. Should I tell someone I have a mental Illness?

  36. How do I know if I have a mental Illness?

  37. Am I crazy?

  38. Can an app help my mental health problems?

  39. How does online therapy work?

  40. How can I find accurate mental health information online?

Learn About Mental Health Conditions

Take a Mental Health Next Steps Quiz

Mental Health Next Steps Quiz is a chance to reflect on your own mental health needs and what you can do to improve. Your answers also help us develop better mental health supports for people like you!