Mental Illness Resources
1 in 4 Americans will face mental illness this year. To raise awareness and provide families with support, the following organizations work to help those touched by mental illness.
The National Alliance for Mental Illnesses (NAMI) is Lifetime’s official partner for "Call Me Crazy: A Five Film." Together we have teamed up to shed light on mental illnesses and reduce the stigma surrounding those who live with them. Learn more about NAMI here.
MENTAL ILLNESS: FACTS AND NUMBERS
1 in 4 adults in the U.S. experience a mental health disorder yearly – and that’s not the only staggering statistic out there. Find out the real facts and numbers surrounding this national health crisis: everything from the economic impact to the number of high school dropouts.
TREATMENT, SERVICES & SUPPORT PROGRAMS
Feeling helpless? Not all mental illnesses are created equal and often require specific care. They also affect people from all backgrounds and walks of life. If you or someone you know is suffering from mental illness, you are not alone. Find out about treatment, services, and support programs on NAMI's website.
"Call Me Crazy: A Five Film" star Brittany Snow partnered with The Jed Foundation to launch the Love is Louder movement to support anyone feeling mistreated, misunderstood or alone. Hundreds of thousands of individuals and communities have used Love is Louder to tackle issues like bullying, body image and depression. You can join the movement and find info to help yourself or a friend at the official Love is Louder website.