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Understanding mental health and well-being is a life long journey. We all have mental health, and it's important that we take care of ourselves. Flawless Boss Collection aims to educate and empower our communities in mental health. If you, or someone you know, is experiencing a mental health crisis, there are resources available with trained professionals to support you.


Mental Health Self-Screening Center

10 Common Warning Signs of a Mental Health Condition

Mental Health Condition - Depression

Mental Health Condition - Anxiety

Mental Health Condition - PTSD

Mental Health Disorders

Self Harm

Risk of Suicide

Sleep Disorders

Roadmap to Self-Love

Roadmap to Friends Supporting Friends

Roadmap to Mental Health

Coping Skills and Worksheets

Self Help Techniques for Coping with Mental Illness

Wellness Recovery Action Plan

Maintaining a Health Relationship With Your Loved One

Helping a Loved One Cope with Mental Illness




According to NAMI (Nat'l Alliance on Mental Illness):
1 in 5 U.S. adults experience mental illness each year
1 in 6 U.S. youth aged 6-17 experience a mental health disorder each year
50% of all lifetime mental illness begins by age 14, and 75% by age 24
Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among people aged 10-34 


    • 21% of U.S. adults experienced mental illness in 2020 (52.9 million people). This represents 1 in 5 adults.
    • 5.6% of U.S. adults experienced serious mental illness in 2020 (14.2 million people). This represents 1 in 20 adults.
    • 16.5% of U.S. youth aged 6-17 experienced a mental health disorder in 2016 (7.7 million people)
    • 6.7% of U.S. adults experienced a co-occurring substance use disorder and mental illness in 2020 (17 million people)


Annual prevalence of mental illness among U.S. adults, by demographics:

  • Non-Hispanic black or African-American: 17.3%
  • Non-Hispanic Asian: 13.9%
  • Non-Hispanic white: 22.6%
  • Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native: 18.7%
  • Non-Hispanic mixed/multiracial: 35.8%
  • Non-Hispanic Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander: 16.6%
  • Hispanic or Latino: 18.4%
  • Lesbian, Gay or Bisexual: 47.4%

Annual prevalence among U.S. adults, by condition:
  • Major Depressive Episode: 8.4% (21 million people)
  • Schizophrenia: <1% (estimated 1.5 million people)
  • Bipolar Disorder: 2.8% (estimated 7 million people)
  • Anxiety Disorders: 19.1% (estimated 48 million people)
  • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: 3.6% (estimated 9 million people)
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: 1.2% (estimated 3 million people)
  • Borderline Personality Disorder: 1.4% (estimated 3.5 million people)

The Ripple Effect Of Mental Illness

  • 32.1% of U.S. adults with mental illness also experienced a substance use disorder in 2020 (17 million individuals)
  • The rate of unemployment is higher among U.S. adults who have mental illness (6.4%) compared to those who do not (5.1%)
  • High school students with significant symptoms of depression are more than twice as likely to drop out compared to their peers
  • Students aged 6-17 with mental, emotional or behavioral concerns are 3x more likely to repeat a grade.
  • At least 8.4 million people in the U.S. provide care to an adult with a mental or emotional health issue
  • Caregivers of adults with mental or emotional health issues spend an average of 32 hours per week providing unpaid care
  • Across the U.S. economy, serious mental illness causes $193.2 billion in lost earnings each year
  • Depression and anxiety disorders cost the global economy $1 trillion in lost productivity each year 
  • Depression is a leading cause of disability worldwide

It’s Okay To Talk About Suicide

  • Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among people aged 10-34 in the U.S.
  • Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S.
  • The overall suicide rate in the U.S. has increased by 35% since 1999
  • 46% of people who die by suicide had a diagnosed mental health condition
  • 90% of people who die by suicide had shown symptoms of a mental health condition, according to interviews with family, friends and medical professionals (also known as psychological autopsy)
  • Lesbian, gay and bisexual youth are 4x more likely to attempt suicide than straight youth

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If you or someone you know is in an emergency, call The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or call 911 immediately.


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