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Take care of your mental health.

If you’re feeling anxious, depressed or just not yourself, there’s no shame in getting help. After all, just like your physical health, it’s important to take care of your mental health. The earlier you get help, the faster you can lead the life you want.

 Warning Signs

  • Long-lasting sadness or irritability
  • Withdrawing from social activities
  • Dramatic changes in sleeping or eating
  • Experiencing high and low moods
  • Feeling excessive fear, worry or anxiety

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All diagnoses affect the brain and the body

How the brain and body are impacted differs depending upon the diagnosis and symptoms.

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Support your health and wellness.

  •  Finding Services

    Learn about the wide range of services Community Mental Health Centers provide and find a center near you.

  •  Regional Resources

    From education to connecting with treatment services and supports, Iowa’s Mental Health and Disability Services regions are here for you and your family.

  •  Crisis Services

    Get information on Iowa’s crisis services.

  •  Mental Health First Aid

    Learn about a course that teaches the public how to recognize mental health problems and that helps support those facing them.

  •  Self-care Checklist

    Learn about different ways you can support your mental health.

  • YourLifeIowa.Support

    Encouragement. One text a time.

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I called worried about my son. The counselor listened to my story and helped me create a safe plan to address my concerns. Thank you for your service!”

- YOUR LIFE IOWA CALLER

Support for family and friends.

With Your Life Iowa, you and your loved ones are never alone. Whether you want more information about how to help someone, would like to connect to a treatment professional or just want to talk to someone who cares, we’re here for you.

Family and friends

Want to find help on your own?

Your Life Iowa is always here to help you find resources near you. However, we understand that sometimes you’d like to look for help on your own. Our map will let you do just that.

Find a local provider

Would you like a mental health professional to contact you?

Fill out a simple contact form and a professional will reach out to you.

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