Donate $4 to Linked 4 Life and get a Linked 4 Life carabiner

Welcome To Linked 4 Life

Our Mission
To link together one pledge, one person, one carabiner at a time, inviting people to speak openly about mental health issues while encouraging listening without judgement, to create safe spaces across the country, connecting with a message of hope to those who need help the most.

Connected in Hope
The carabiner is a visual reminder that we’re linked together, and it’s OK to ask for help. We’re each other’s safe space, creating a message of hope—one link at a time. Our pledge to be #Linked4Life will break through the stigma that leaves too many people struggling in silence.

The Linked 4 Life Pledge

I will speak up.  I will listen. I will reach out. I will help someone. Because I matter. You matter.
You are not alone. We are stronger together. We’ll uplift each other. We’ll break the silence. We’ll stand up against stigma. We’ll share our stories. We’ll link together, connected in hope.

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Join Linked 4 Life

Join the #Linked4Life mental health movement today, pledging your commitment to normalizing mental health conversations in a team effort to save lives. Our linking signifies that it’s OK to ask for help. That we are here to support each other. In linking 4 life, we’re breaking the chains of stigma that leave too many people struggling in silence. When we’re #Linked4Life, we’re creating a message of hope—one link at a time. We are each other’s safe space. Let’s do this, together.

How To Join
of people experiencing homelessness in the U.S. have a serious mental health condition
of Veteran’s Health Administration patients have a diagnosed mental illness or substance use disorder
of people who die by suicide had shown symptoms of a mental health condition
of high school students who report they felt sad or hopeless almost every day for 2 or more weeks in a row

The information on this website is provided for general informational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. You should consult a mental health or medical professional for advice regarding your individual situation.