June is recognized as Men’s Mental Health Awareness Month, but it’s important to remember that men’s mental health matters all year round.

Green ribbons are worn in June to show support for men's mental health.

Men’s Mental Health Awareness Month is a time to raise awareness of these issues and encourage men to seek help if they need it.

Mental health conditions are health conditions, just like any other. They are not a sign of weakness.If you are experiencing a mental health condition, it is important to seek help.

Men are less likely than women to seek help for mental health problems. Stigma makes it harder for men to seek help, or because men may feel pressure to be strong and stoic.

Mental health conditions can affect any man, regardless of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, or gender identity.

Men's mental health is underreported. Suicide rates are significantly higher among men. Men face stigma in seeking help due to societal expectations to "man up." Breaking this stigma is crucial.

 You can: - Hold an event to raise awareness and money for mental health charities - Spread the word on social media - Talk to the men in your life about mental health - Listen to the men in our life if they reach out. Our support is crucial.

There are many ways to support Men’s Mental Health Awareness Month.