1 in 4 people will experience mental illness.

Stigma-Free communities that promote good, mental and behavioral health and treat those in need. 

The 1 in 4 Campaign is a grass roots effort to promote mental health awareness throughout DuPage and Cook counties and beyond.  Our goal is to reduce the stigma that is associated with mental illness and provide valuable resources to the community.  By talking openly about mental health as we do a physical health issue, we can address the needs of mental illness and reduce the barriers that prevent individuals from seeking treatment.

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Learn about Mental Illness

Mental health is the foundation of a person’s well-being and equally as important as physical health.

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Brush up on your mental health basics and take a minute to test your mental fitness using the mental health meter and taking the stress test.

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Get Help

This is a list of our local help centers and partners that are on staff for you.

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Our Partners

The following individuals and organizations have provided financial and material support to help amke the 1 in 4 Mental Health Program a reality.

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May is Mental Health Month

As we spring into May, we also have the chance to take time out of the year to recognize and celebrate Mental Health Month. Since the late 1940s, the organization Mental Health America has rallied support and raising awareness for mental health issues that face...

Alcohol Abuse: Facts and Resources

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