There should be no shame or stigma when it comes to talking about mental health. At Mental Health America (MHA), we believe the best way to make a change is to fight in the open. This means sharing your mental health experiences openly and advocating for changes to improve everyone’s mental health.

Do you fight in the open? Do you want to be a mental health champion in your community but are not sure where to start? Take this survey to help us understand the experiences of young people who want to learn to become mental health advocates. We will use the results to create resources to help you go from interest in mental health to impact on the world around you.

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* 1. How comfortable are you talking about mental health?

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* 2. What are the most stressful parts of sharing about mental health in your online or in-person communities? (Choose all that apply)

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* 3. How do you currently engage in mental health advocacy? (Choose all that apply)

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* 4. How do you want to make a difference in mental health? (Choose all that apply)

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* 5. What tools would help you make a difference? (Choose all that apply)

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* 6. How would you prefer to get these resources? (Check all that apply)

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* 7. Which title is your favorite?

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* 8. Please share any other thoughts on challenges or resources that would be helpful.

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* 9. Age

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* 10. Gender

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* 11. Race/Ethnicity

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* 12. Please check this box if you identify as transgender.

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* 13. Which of the following populations describes you?

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