Mental Health Month: WBT Shares Actionable Recommendations to Improve Mental Health in America

The staggering mental health toll and wide-scale suffering, pain and loss that has rippled out from the COVID-19 pandemic demands a muscular, nationwide response that doesn’t just help Americans #Strive2BeWell, but also helps them #Thrive2BeWell.

For this May’s Mental Health Awareness Month, Well Being Trust is rolling out resources and guides, developed in collaboration with several partners, to raise awareness, elevate the conversation about the nation’s mental health crisis, and provide actionable solutions.

The resources below include specific action items tailored to the unique capabilities of the following audiences: local communities and the public at large, health care systems and providers, and policymakers at all levels of government.

View the resources below:

Five videos from the National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention’s Mental Health & Suicide Prevention National Response to COVID-19 featuring leading experts in the field.