Mental Health Information for Individuals

Content to help everyday people better understand and support mental health 


Everyone Could Use Better Mental Health Support

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37% of individuals say having more access to mental health resources from their employer would help their mental health.

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1 in 5 U.S. adults report that the pandemic had a significant negative impact on their mental health.


At least 8.4 million people in the U.S. provide care to an adult with a mental or emotional health issue.


57% of young adults say they would use a health website to get more information on personal and emotional health problems.

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Overcome the Overwhelm of Mental Health


Many individuals need help navigating their mental health journey — or helping a friend, family member, or colleague do so. Psych Hub provides resources for everyday people pursuing better mental health, helping them understand symptoms, learn how to provide support, and identify the types of specialized practitioners and treatments that could help.

Psych Hub meets these needs by providing:

A vast library of online mental health content designed especially for everyday people, presented in easy-to-consume formats

Courses to train individuals how to be mental health allies for themselves and others

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Scientifically sound mental health information doesn’t have to be hard to understand. Psych Hub’s ever-expanding library of content is perfect for anyone seeking understanding about mental health conditions, interventions, and care options for themselves or others.
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