It’s Up to Each One of Us

It’s Up to Us is about helping San Diegans talk openly about mental health, recognize signs of challenges, find local resources, and seek help. By raising awareness and highlighting local resources we aim to inspire wellness, reduce stigma, and prevent suicide.

Check In with Your People

We often hide what’s going on with our mental health and say, "I'm fine" or "I'm okay." But being open and honest about our personal challenges can help those around us be more open. When we’re all going through so much, it's more important than ever to check in with your friends, coworkers, and family and talk about what's really going on. Learn more about mental health.

In distress or crisis? Call: Access and Crisis Line (888) 724-7240.

You are the
right person

People who are thinking about suicide often feel alone, but talking with them can help. Even if you only know them a little (like a coworker) or a lot (like a close family member), reaching out to support is still the right thing to do.

You can always help,
no matter your relationship.
See why you are the right person.

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You Are Not Alone

If you are worried about your own mental health, family, spouse, or someone else’s, help is available right here in San Diego.


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