The Health of Our Minds is Inseparable from the Health of Our Bodies.


Inseparable fights for a future where mental health policy, no longer an afterthought, helps our country thrive. Together, we will empower Americans from every town, city, and home to better care for one another by demanding and winning policy that better cares for us all.


Inseparable is a campaign to win better mental health.

Our job is to be bold, to take risks—and to win mental health policy worthy of the millions of people who need help. Put simply, we are here to win —and for those wins to change and save lives. Learn more about our progress in our Impact Report.

We are a growing coalition of people from across the country who share a common goal to fundamentally improve mental health care policy — to take care of ourselves, our loved ones, and our communities. 

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There are a lot of problems that need to be addressed, but for us, three urgent policy priorities rise to the top:

  • Eliminate the gap between the number of people who need help and the people who get help.
  • Ensure every school has services to provide for the health and well-being of all students.
  • Stop criminalizing mental illness and expand crisis response.

In all three areas, the need is urgent, people are ready for action, and strategic leadership and courageous decision making will save lives in the future. Here’s how we work together to advance policies and drive initiatives that will ultimately improve and save lives.

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Inseparable is building grassroots and political power to make better mental health policy a reality — here’s how you can help.

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We are taking urgent action to prevent more people from needlessly suffering because better caring for each other means demanding mental health policy that better cares for all of us. 

Will you join us in our movement to finally bring accessible and affordable mental health care to everyone?


Too many people are struggling to navigate an under-resourced, fragile system for the lifesaving support they need. We are taking urgent action to prevent more people from needlessly suffering because better caring for each other means demanding mental health policy that better cares for all of us.  

The mental health support our country needs to heal and move forward is in alarmingly short supply — help us change the mental health care system together.

We`re often reminded of the importance of prioritizing our mental health, but taking that step can feel like an uphill battle.

You shouldn`t have to fight for access to mental health care.

These insurance problems had consequences: 17% of patients were prevented from receiving care recommended by their medical provider and 15% experienced a decline in their health.

#MentalHealthIsHealth #MentalHealthPolicyMatters

📢 It`s time to demand that mental health is treated as just that — health!

We need your help: The Biden administration proposed new rules to close loopholes that currently allow insurers to deny mental health care. Insurance companies want to have these rules struck down. To counter their lobbying, we need to submit as many comments as possible to lawmakers by October 2nd.

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If you or someone you know needs help, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988. Crisis Text Line also provides free, 24/7, confidential support via text message to people in crisis when they text HOME to 741741.

2023 School Mental Health State Legislative Guide

The Hopeful Futures Campaign’s second annual school mental health state legislative guide highlights promising legislation that has been enacted across the country to support student mental health. 
This guide is intended to provide policymakers with practical policy recommendations that support student mental health, with examples of recently passed legislation, in three categories:
  • School Mental Health Services
  • Financing
  • Prevention and Early Intervention