It’s Time to Talk: Suicide Prevention
For most of us, masks are a new part of everyday life. But some people have been wearing masks long before the virus. They put on smiles to hide their pain. They say, “I’m OK” and avoid sharing suicidal thoughts. They live in silence.
Through our 2020 campaign, we portray what it would look like if people in masks could tell us how they really felt – no shame, no stigma, no fear. With their truth written on their masks, we amplify the voices of those who are struggling and offer a message of hope. And we invite everyone in our community to start the conversation about mental health.