Experience mental illness
in any given year.
These are your neighbors, your friends, your family – and even you. Too many times people struggle in silence, afraid to ask for help.
So, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas wants to help build a new state of mind around mental health and get people talking.
We’ll start the conversation.
HOW ARE YOU DOING TODAY?
If you or someone you know is expressing or experiencing suicidal thoughts
call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255.
Depression • Grief Support • Mental Health for Teens
It's okay to not feel like yourself. You're being strong just by looking for answers.
Suicide • Substance Abuse and Addiction • Local Resources
It's okay to ask for help — it's a show of strength. Take the first step and click on the links below or call the National Suicide Prevention line at 800-273-8255
Depression and Suicide • Teen Mental Health • Substance Abuse and Addiction
Sometimes we need our loved ones to be strong for us, too, and take the first step we just can't take yet. If you're concerned one of your loved ones is experiencing mental illness start here.
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