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Mental health

We say it’s good to talk about mental illness and time to end the stigma.

One in four people experience a mental illness each year

Most people wait 10 years before seeking mental health treatment. And with one in four people experiencing a mental illness each year, that’s a big deal. Shame surrounding mental health conditions is a big part of delaying treatment. So, HealthPartners is working to change that.

Committed to mental health

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Making mental health part of the conversation

We’re working to make mental health part of daily conversation. Depression, anxiety, attention deficit disorder and more. We’re working to change hearts and minds with Make It OK – a campaign to reduce the stigma of mental illnesses.

Learn about Make It OK

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Care for veterans

Healing military veterans after combat trauma

HeroCare at Regions Hospital

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Building emotional resilience

Building emotional resilience for employees struggling with well-being

BeWell emotional resilience

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Beating the Blues

Eight-weeks of online help to bounce back from everyday challenges

Beating the Blues

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Walk for mental illness

HealthPartners sponsors the annual Minnesota walk for mental illness

NAMIWalks Minnesota

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DayBridge

Support and day-long programs to help cope with life’s daily stresses

DayBridge intensive therapy

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Growing Through Grief

Help with the loss of a loved one for students at 12 Twin Cities school districts

Grief support at Park Nicollet

 

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People with mental illnesses often take years to seek help. We know increased stigma means people avoid care. But, like other health conditions, mental health issues are treatable.

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Donna Zimmerman
Senior Vice President for Government and Community Relations

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