May is Mental Health Awareness Month

The more we talk about mental health together, the more normalized these conversations become, ultimately empowering people to seek the help they need. More people are now talking about and prioritizing their mental health, just as they would their physical health. They are also embracing self-care to improve overall well-being.
Just like you might share tips with friends about coping with everyday life stressors, consider taking the opportunity this month to share your experience of how you are caring for your mental health. Help enforce the message that "it's okay to not be okay," and to seek help if needed.

Mental Health Resources
PLEASE know there are people and resources you can turn to for help.
If you or someone you know is struggling with loneliness, depression, anxiety or mental health, there are ways to get help.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1.800.273.8255
National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: 988

If texting is preferred, text HOME to 741741
Agri Stress 1-833-897-2474
Farm Aid 1-800-327-6243

Learn more about the Lifeline & 988