Mental Health – Let's Talk About It
Help end the stigma of mental health issues by showing your support with our wide range of mental health pins, lanyards, charms, and other mental health awareness products from PinMart. When people feel alone and ashamed of their illness, they often don't seek out the help they need, whether from medical professionals, family, or friends. Our mental health awareness pinse are a clear, visible way to show others that you care and that you want to help encourage understanding and open discussion of mental health issues. Whether you or a loved one is struggling, talking about it is often the first step toward getting the help you deserve. Get the conversation started today with eye-catching, high-quality mental health pins from PinMart. Let us help you make a difference and increase mental health awareness.
Choose from mental health awareness pins and products as single pieces, in sets of two or more, or in larger bulk orders to share with friends and family. Our green awareness lanyards are perfect for meetings and conventions, and we carry several different green ribbon pins and charms for mental health awareness. Wear a bracelet with mental health awareness charms that read "HOPE" or other messages of encouragement and support. Working together, we can show each other that no one is alone.
Join Together for Mental Health Awareness Month
Every May, advocates for awareness join together to support Mental Health Awareness Month (MHAM). By coming together, supporters and advocates can promote the importance of mental health and its role in overall healthy living. At PinMart, our selection includes Mental Health Awareness Month pins that you can wear all month long. Find the green ribbon pin that speaks to you, and order a few extra, so you can get others to recognize and support MHAM.
If you know someone who is in crisis and is facing a life-threatening emergency, call 911. If you or someone you know is at risk of or contemplating suicide, seek help immediately from a mental health provider or contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline or call 988. Many states and localities also offer behavioral urgent care and similar services for individuals who need assistance.