The main goals of World Mental Health Day are to organize support for mental health and increase awareness of global mental health challenges.
The Day offers a chance for all parties involved in mental health issues to discuss their work and what further needs to be done to ensure that mental health treatment is available to everyone.
Although the epidemic has had an impact on our mental health and still does, World Mental Health Day in 2022 will provide us a chance to rekindle our efforts to safeguard and advance mental health awareness.
As people, communities, and governments, we must increase the value and dedication we place on mental health, and we must match that value with more commitment, involvement, and investment from all stakeholders, across all industries.
We must improve mental health services so that the complete range of mental health requirements is satisfied by a network of locally based, easily accessible, reasonably priced, and high-quality services and supports.
The correct care and social inclusion are still hampered by stigma and prejudice, but we can all do our part to raise awareness of the preventative mental health measures that are most effective, and World Mental Health Day is a chance for us to do so together.