The more people working to change the mental health conversation, the better. If you'd like to join our mission, here are a few great ways to get involved:
When it comes to mental wellness, we take the whole "The more, the merrier" approach. If you know someone who would love what we do here at Cope Notes, use this form to give them 2 free weeks of Cope Notes, no strings attached.
Got a few people in mind? No problem. You can use this form as many times as you'd like.
Whether you're an Etsy artist who wants to include a flyer in each of the packages you ship out, or a counselor who wants to keep a stack of brochures in your waiting room, we'd be happy to mail you however many you'd like.
Order yours for free right here.
Haven't you always wanted a t-shirt that could change someone's life forever? Order yours here.
For friends who may be slow to join the mental health conversation, The Cope Notes Podcast is a great starting point. Little things like hitting the subscribe button or leaving a quick one-tap rating on Apple Podcasts can go a long way when it comes to introducing these important topics to people all across the globe.
Social media is a powerful thing, and we believe in using that power for good. Here's a list of our social media links for you to add, follow, share, and tag as much as you'd like:
If you really want to jump on the advocacy train, go to our Facebook page, then click on the "..." button to the right of the "share" button and follow these steps:
Invite Friends > Select All > Send Invites
This is a quick, easy way to introduce hundreds, even thousands of people to Cope Notes!
We're always on the lookout for great new ideas to incorporate into our text library! If you'd like to submit a text idea, click here.
All of our texts are reviewed by a panel of mental health professionals to make sure that each message is accurate, appropriate, and effective.
If you are considered a mental health professional by way of education, certification, or experience, you can apply to join our Clinical Oversight Panel here.
There are all sorts of ways to further mental health awareness in your community, and we'd be lying if we said we've considered all of them.
If you have another idea, just drop us a line and let us know how you'd like to get involved! We'd love to hear from you.
Are you with us?
The best way to help is to participate.
If you haven't, make today the day.