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Messages of hope

Black Eyed Peas, Sam Smith, Julia Michaels and more of your favorite artists share their stories and words of encouragement. Be a part of the change and spread their message.

  • The struggle is real

    It can be hard to share our feelings—especially when we’re in a rut. But taking the courageous step to open up to others can help you feel better.

  • Don’t give up

    If you’re having a hard time, it’s ok to reach out and talk about it.

  • We all need support

    We can all use support right now. Let’s be there for each other.

  • We need to talk about mental health

    You never know the impact one conversation can have. Be a part of the movement.

  • Start the conversation

    Mental health problems, big or small, can be hard to put into words. And talking about them truly helps.

  • One conversation can change a life

    It can be hard to share your struggles, but it’s important for your mental health to start the conversation.

  • Support each other

    You’re not alone. There’s a community of people waiting to encourage you.

  • Support is out there

    It takes courage to ask for support, but when you do, you’ll find the people are who are ready to help.

  • We’re all in this together

    Practice kindness. If you know someone who might be having a tough time, reach out.

  • You are not alone

    We have all been through a lot, so let’s be there for each other. We are stronger together.

  • Have the conversation

    If you think someone is struggling with feelings of depression, talk to them now. It can make a difference.

  • 5 ways to make an impact

    Do you know someone struggling? Here’s how you can help those close to you.

  • Depression doesn’t discriminate

    It can affect anyone. Don’t be afraid to ask for help.

  • Reach out to someone you trust

    Whether you’re going through something big or small, it helps to have someone to talk to.

  • You’re not alone

    You don’t have to struggle in silence. There are many people who understand and who are ready to help.

  • Help is out there

    Depression can affect anyone. It’s okay to speak up and ask for help.

  • Take the time to listen

    If you know someone having a tough time, show them some love and compassion. It can help.

  • Embrace your community

    Going through a rough patch? Your community is there to support you.

  • Keep checking in

    All it takes is a text or phone call. Let your friends and family lean on you.

  • Spread compassion, spread empathy

    Mental health can be tough to talk about but speaking up can make all the difference.

  • These times are difficult

    It’s tough out there. Hearing from you might help someone else get through these times.

  • It’s ok not to be OK

    It’s okay to lean on others when you’re feeling anxious or depressed. Everyone benefits when we talk about it.

  • Be patient with yourself

    Singer-songwriter Alessia Cara reminds us to be patient with ourselves, and to never be afraid to talk about what you’re feeling or ask for help.

  • One conversation can make a difference

    Talking about mental health can be hard. Drew from the Chainsmokers talks about how one conversation can make all the difference.

  • You’re not alone

    Singer-songwriter Charlie Puth encourages us to always reach out for help when feelings of loneliness and depression take hold.

  • Be a part of the change

    Travis from We the Kings encourages us to talk about mental health, no matter how hard it may be.

  • None of us are alone

    Pop trio AJR reminds us that if you know someone going through a rough patch, it’s important to reach out and let them know you’re there.

  • Don’t feel ashamed

    Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter Lewis Capaldi reminds us that it helps to talk about depression and anxiety.

  • Climb out of the darkness

    Singer-songwriter Ashe urges us to reach out for help when self-doubt and loneliness take hold.

  • Break the stigma

    Country pop duo Dan + Shay remind us that a few simple words can go a long way in breaking the stigma of addiction.

  • Raise awareness

    Join Nikki Sixx from Mötley Crüe in raising awareness around opioid misuse. It only takes a few easy words to help people start moving towards recovery.

  • Join the movement

    Kimberly from The Band Perry urges us to join the movement to break the stigma around opioid misuse in America.

  • Empower others to take action

    Rapper ASAP Ferg knows it can be hard to talk about mental health. But he urges us to reach out and start a conversation.