It’s Time to Talk.
During a crisis, it can be hard to ask for help – or to support a loved one who needs help – but open and honest communication can save lives.
The vast majority of peers surveyed by DBSA reported experiencing more than 10 distinct periods of symptoms throughout their lifetime. Of that group, more than half live with persistent symptoms in their everyday lives.
At DBSA, we know that people who live with depression or bipolar disorder can recover and lead vibrant, meaningful lives. During Suicide Prevention Awarness Month, we invite you to talk frankly about mental health to create healing, supportive conversations that build resilience.
This year, in our current environment with the risk of isolation higher than ever, real talk matters.
Be Part of the Conversation
Connect with our community as we explore how to speak up about suicide and engage in #HealingExchanges.