OK High Point
Talk About It
Ask for Help
Am I Okay?
Fight the Stigma

It’s okay
not to
be okay.

What is OK High Point?

OK High Point seeks to normalize, educate, and create awareness about mental health resources available to Greater High Point residents to support their overall health and well-being.

In recent research conducted by The Foundation for a Healthy High Point, over a quarter of High Point residents who participated indicated increased levels of depression and anxiety. Whether due to trauma, a crisis, stress, COVID-19, substance use, unhealthy relationships, or other factors impacting people’s lives, most people will need mental health support at some time in their lives.

It’s okay to talk about it.

Mental health challenges are normal, and supports are available.

The 988 Suicide and Crisis Lifeline is a national network of over 200 local, independent crisis centers equipped to help people in mental health-related distress or experiencing a suicidal crisis via call, chat, or text.

The 988 Lifeline provides free and confidential support to people in suicidal crisis or mental health-related distress 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, across the U.S.

Visit here for more information.

It’s okay to ask for help.

The following local resources are available to support your mental wellness.

Mental Health Associates of the Triad is a non-profit organization that provides a safe place for discussion, diagnosis, counseling, and support. A highly trained and compassionate staff is available to provide support that is unique to your needs. Mental Health Associates of the Triad serves individuals of all income levels but is also able to serve individuals who have no financial means or health insurance.

(336) 883-7480
910 Mills Avenue
High Point, NC 27260
Hours Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
*in-person and telehealth available

Visit our website here.
Additional community resources are listed below:
Local High Point 24 Hour Crisis Resources
Individual & Family Counseling
Integrated Behavioral Healthcare for Adults & Children
Pediatric Psychiatry
Addressing Substance Abuse
For Eligible Uninsured Residents

I didn’t know I wasn’t okay.

What are considered mental health issues?

Signs of mental health challenges can show up differently. How we think, feel, and behave can connect directly to our mental wellness.

If we know the signs, whether we see them in ourselves or in others we care about, we can take steps to find support, tools, and paths to wellness and resilience. Below are some common mental health concerns:

  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • ADHD

  • Insomnia

  • Addiction and Substance Abuse

  • Bipolar Disorder

  • Schizophrenia

  • PTSD

  • Eating Disorders

Stigmatizing Mental Wellness
is not okay.

Be a Gate Opener, not a Gatekeeper

Stigma around mental health can deter someone from seeking support. Be the person who opens those doors instead of closing them.

Is there anything you want to talk about?
Seems like something has been bothering you. What's up?
Hey, we haven't talked in a while. How are you?
Are you ok? Want to chat?
Whenever you're ready to talk, I'm ready to listen.

It’s okay to reach out.

What if I still have questions about mental wellness access?

Mental wellness and accessing the right care for you is a complex and often intimidating process. But access to care is more abundant than ever, and we at Mental Health Associates of the Triad are dedicated to helping you find the mental health solutions you need.

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