Mental illness is a significant issue in the US and globally.
We know that mental illness affects individuals differently, and that many people with mental illness struggle to cope with their illnesses.
Mental illness can be challenging for people who struggle with substance abuse and mental illness is one of the top three leading causes of disability and death for people under age 65 in the United States.
Mental health professionals can help people find help, whether it is from a mental health professional or a family member.
We also know that the mental health system is very complex and often underserved.
Mental Health is an important area of public policy.
The Trump administration has proposed increasing funding for mental health research, and the Obama administration increased funding for research on mental health and substance abuse treatment.
The US has the highest suicide rate in the world and one of only three nations in the developed world to have a death rate above 100.
There is a wide range of mental health services available, including inpatient and outpatient care, inpatient treatment, residential and residential support, crisis intervention, and crisis response teams.
There are also some resources that can help individuals and families who are experiencing mental health issues and/or substance abuse.
These include the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), the National Council on Mental Health, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, the Center for American Progress Action Fund, and many other groups and organizations.
Mental Illnesses in America is a national advocacy organization dedicated to increasing the awareness of mental illness and its treatment.
We are a national resource on mental illness issues.
Learn more about mental illness.