HopeLine’s Triangle Help Center Raises Awareness for Men’s Mental Health Month

At HopeLine in Raleigh, trained counselors are dedicated to supporting individuals facing life’s challenges by listening, offering solutions, and reminding them that they are not alone. The call volume at HopeLine has been consistently high, indicating that mental health discussions are becoming more common and more people are reaching out for assistance.

While suicide rates are equal among genders, men are more likely to die by suicide because their means are often more lethal. This highlights the importance of addressing stigmas surrounding men and mental health. It is crucial to dispel the idea that seeking help is a sign of weakness or burden, especially when it comes to men’s mental health.

Society recognizes that men may tend to be more closed off and less likely to seek help, but it is important to encourage men to prioritize their mental health. If someone needs help, the counselors at HopeLine are there to listen. In a crisis, individuals can call the 988 hotline or reach the HelpLine locally at 919-231-4525. Men’s mental health is just as important as anyone else’s, and it is essential to reach out for support when needed.

By Sophia Gonzalez

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