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Let your voice be a catalyst for a more compassionate, inclusive, and supportive world for mental health. You have the power to spark conversations, shatter stigma, build solidarity, and disrupt the status quo.

It all starts somewhere. So why not here?

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Read our advocacy toolkit.

Not sure where to begin? Start with these seven steps to becoming a mental health advocate.

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Share youth mental health reports.

Spread the word about peer support, mental health disability, student and campus mental health, and youth leadership.

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Young Leaders Council former member Mahmoud Khedr

Learn more about our programs.

Level up your advocacy journey through one of our youth leadership programs.

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Young Leaders Council with MHA President and CEO Schroeder Stribling and the Mental Health Bell
MHA AVP for Peer and Youth Advocacy Kelly Davis talks with Young Leaders Council members on stage at MHA conference

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Mental health screening

Take a free, online mental health screen to see if you might be experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition.

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Crisis lines and warmlines

Whether you need crisis relief or just want to talk about your mental health, these free and confidential resources can help.

Find a crisis line
Find a warmline
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Mental health education

Learn about signs and symptoms of mental illness, facts, statistics, and the latest news on mental health.

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MHA President and CEO Schroeder Stribling stands with speakers from MHA conference
Rei Scott headshot

"Your advocacy is always enough. Every step towards a better world is meaningful."

Rei Scott, 2022-2023 Young Leaders Council member

Marissa Howdershelt headshot

"Please do not be afraid to speak your mind; your voice and personal experience are both valuable and powerful."

Marissa Howdershelt, 2019-2020 Collegiate Mental Health Council member

Juan Acosta headshot

"Youth have ideas that can transform the system to serve all and not just some."

Juan Acosta, 2019-2020 Collegiate Mental Health Council member