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Let's talk about men's mental health

Nearly 20% of American adult men—approximately 24.6 million—experienced a mental health condition over the last year. Yet many men resist seeking treatment because of stigma. 

This Mental Health Awareness Month, Mental Health America (MHA) and Harry's are joining forces to shift the conversation. Together, we're raising awareness and providing free and anonymous screening tools, resources, and data that will help support men in prioritizing their mental health and well-being. 

Where to start

It is never too late to start taking action on your mental health. But when you're ready to take the next step, it can be difficult to figure out how to begin. Mental Health America has tools and resources here to help you figure out where to start on your journey.

Get involved

Learn, act, and advocate this Mental Health Month to promote men's mental health.

Get informed

Find tools and resources to help understand and improve your mental health.

Get screened

A quick and easy way to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition.

The facts

Over half a million men took a mental health screening test through Mental Health America in 2023. 


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Three out of four men who took a screen scored at risk of having a mental health condition.

Men were two times less likely than women to seek out help and take a screen. 

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Men who took a mental health screening were less likely than women to have received any mental health treatment or support in the past. 

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Of men who took a mental health screening with MHA, those who identified as LGBTQ+ screened at risk for a mental health condition more often than men who did not identify as LGBTQ+. 

Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are not gender-specific. They are real, common, and treatable. And recovery is possible.

Take a free mental health test

If you or someone you know is in crisis, call or text 988 or chat You can also reach Crisis Text Line by texting HELLO to 741741.