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The importance of mental health in numbers

19% of adults experienced a mental illness in 2021, equivalent to over 47 million Americans.
57% of adults with a mental illness receive no treatment, totaling over 26 million Americans.

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Help us fight the stigma by spreading the word that mental health is something we all should care about. Use this kit to post across your social media: claim that mental health matters and invite your followers to dive deeper into the topic by joining Calmerry webinar and Q&A.
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Our licensed mental health professionals are ready to help you take steps to your mental well-being and be able to get the most out of life.
Diamond Thaxton
Diamond Thaxton
LMHC
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Megan Pollock
Megan Pollock
PhD
6 years in practice
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Liese Zilberleyt
Liese Zilberleyt
LICSW
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Cecelia Salamone
Cecelia Salamone
MA, LPC
25 years in practice
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Dora Cario
Dora Cario
LCSW
4 years in practice
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Jennifer Leos
Jennifer Leos
MA, LPC
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