– 1 out of every 5 young people suffers from some form of diagnosable mental illness.

– About 19% of young people contemplate or attempt suicide each year.

– Suicide is the third leading cause of death among people ages 15–24, and the second leading cause of death in college students ages 20–24.

– Over 66% of young people with a substance use disorder have a co-occurring mental health problem.

– Teens diagnosed with depression are five times more likely to attempt suicide as adults than adults without psychiatric illness.

– Over 2/3 of young people do not talk about or seek help for mental health problems.

– 44% of college students in America reported feeling symptoms of depression.

– 4 out of every 5 young people that contemplate or attempt suicide exhibit clear warning signs.

– Stereotypes are one of the largest barriers preventing young people from seeking the help they need.

80–90% of people that seek the necessary form of mental health treatment can function the way they used to.