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Article / How To Get Help

How To Get Help.

1 in 5 people will experience a diagnosable mental health condition in their lives, but everyone will go through a challenging time that affects their mental health. Only 43% of adults with mental illness get treatment in a given year. In fact, the average delay between symptom onset and treatment is 11 years.

It might feel overwhelming if you are struggling and you don’t know where to go for help. Thankfully, there are many places to go for support and resources.

Some signs that you might want to speak to a mental health professional are:
  • Prolonged sadness or irritability
  • Excessive fears, worries, and anxieties
  • Growing inability to cope with daily problems and activities
  • Strong feelings of anger
  • Social withdrawal
  • Confused thinking
  • Substance abuse
  • Suicidal thoughts

There are four key actionable steps to take to help yourself or others who may be going through a rough time.

Recognize It - Look out for common signs and symptoms.
Talk About It - Connect with someone you trust to share your concerns.
Support Others - Let them know you are there to listen and find help if needed.
Get Help - Reach out to your doctor or any of the support systems in place for support and guidance.

Where to go for help:

*Cigna One Guide 800.244.6224
*National Suicide Prevention Line 800.273.TALK
Carpenters Wellness Center 314.955.9355
Mercy MAP 800.413.8008, #2
Your family doctor

*Crisis help available