All That We Are

A program focused on replacing the fear and uncertainty surrounding mental health with understanding and empowerment. 

Understanding Mental Health



The term Mental Health is referring to an individual’s psychological, emotional, and social well-being.


An individual’s ability to perform and be their best self is dependent on the stability of their mental health.

It is equally important to recognize that an individual’s mental health is directly related to their brain health and is impacted by everyday conditions and stimuli.

Understanding mental health and recognizing the difference between mental health fatigue, mental health distress, chronic mental health fatigue, mental health disorders, and a mental health crisis will:

  • remove the stigma that surrounds mental health and suicide

  • reduce the fear of the unknown associated with mental health and suicide

  • empower individuals to make informed and conscientious decisions regarding mental health care

Humanizing our understanding of mental health has the power to improve an individual’s quality of life which is the key to reducing the rate of suicide. Preventing a suicide in a moment of crisis without addressing the root cause of the individual’s pain can leave the individual in a constant state of torment and their loved ones fearing the next suicide attempt.

Simply fighting to stay alive isn’t enough …

Fight for a life you love.

Symptoms associated with all mental health struggles can also appear as physical problems, such as stomach pain, back pain, headaches, or other unexplained aches and pains.