|About Mental Health|
Mental illness isn’t a weakness or defect in character. It's as real an illness as heart disease or cancer, and responds just as well to treatment.
|Adults and Abuse|
Domestic abuse often begins with threats, name calling, violence in the victim's presence, or damage to objects or pets.
|Adults and Anxiety|
Not so long ago, anxiety disorders didn't even have names, but people still suffered from them, their lives ruled by overwhelming anxiety and fear.
|Adults and Alcohol|
More than half of U.S. adults have a close family member who’s suffering from or who has battled alcoholism or alcohol abuse.
|Adults and Depression|
Feeling sad, discouraged, or worried can be a sign of depression, but so can physical symptoms such as a change in sleep or appetite.
|Adults and Stress|
Stress is a part of life. When it becomes chronic—because of a bad marriage or a taxing job—it can lead to short- and long-term health problems.
|For Your Well Being|
Poor physical health can impair mental health—and mental health disorders, such as depression or anxiety, can affect physical health.