Take Action and Say Something
Inspired by the series Please Like Me, and continuing our mission to spark conversation and inspire change, we've teamed with the National Alliance of Mental Illness on Say Something, a campaign that highlights the experiences of the 1 in 4 individuals living with mental illness to help de-stigmatize the issue, and encourage Congress to prioritize passing comprehensive mental health legislation.
Josh Thomas talks to us about mental health and his approach to creating an honest portrayal of mental illness during the show's second season.
Check out Josh Thomas and the cast of Please Like Me reading stories of people’s experiences with mental illness.
Go behind the scenes with Josh and his mom as they shoot their first scenes with the show's newest cast members.
We talk to the cast of Please Like Me as they shoot their first new scene with Josh’s mom.
One in four adults live with mental illness.
It’s time for Congress to address the mental health crisis in this country.
Say something and take action.
As of 2003, 1.4M veterans were identified as living with serious mental illness.
Show your support of our vets. Take the pledge.
At least 90 percent of all people who died by suicide were suffering from a mental illness at the time, most often depression. Recognizing warning signs of depression may help save a life. Learn how. Take the pledge.
Nearly 60 million people experience a mental health condition each year.
Show your support of those affected by mental illness by taking action.
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NAMI, National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the national largest nonprofit, grassroots mental health education, advocacy and support organization dedicated building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.