believe people talk about mental health more openly today than 10 years ago.
Words have power. Find your words.
Maybe you’re living with depression and want to ask for support. Or maybe you want to help someone else, and let them know you’re there for them. Either way, it starts with a conversation.
Real stories of hope and support
Hear real conversations between people who’ve experienced depression and other mental health conditions and the loved ones who supported them through it. We partnered with StoryCorps. external page, a national oral history project, to capture their stories — and you may see yourself or someone you care about reflected in their words.
Exploring attitudes, behaviors, and beliefs about mental health
To win the fight against stigma, we need to understand what people really think about mental health. Kaiser Permanente conducted a national poll to get insight into people’s attitudes and beliefs about conditions like depression — to help figure out how we can all work together to create a culture of acceptance and support.
understand that people living with conditions like depression face stigma.
Source: Kaiser Permanente commissioned KRC Research to conduct a 15-minute online survey among a total of 3,005 U.S. adults from August 10–16, 2017.