We Need to Talk is a community-wide youth mental health initiative aimed at increasing awareness of mental illness, reducing stigma, and improving access to services.

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Our resources page has contact information for local and national mental health organizations as well as useful information to guide you in finding the right help for you.

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Thank you to the United Way for Southeastern Michigan, The Ravitz Foundation and The Zuckerman/Klein Family Foundation for their generous support of We Need To Talk’s 2020 Mental Health Awareness Month events.

The Zuckerman/Klein Family Foundation

Telling Their Own Stories

Sharing personal stories and professional perspectives is a powerful way to help decrease the stigma associated with mental illness. It also helps empower others to speak up and ask for help.

Find out more about other youth mental health related events happening in the community.

Suicide is a leading cause of death in young people ages 10-24 years of age.

Source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention