What is a mental health advocate? A mental health advocate is a person – a regular everyday person – who has suffered from a mental struggle themselves or has a close friend or family member who has struggled and who outwardly supports mental health as it relates to them personally. In honor of #DevelopmentalDisabilitiesAwarenessMonth, we want to share our latest blog on mental health advocacy and how you can help! Mental health includes learning disabilities like dyslexia and ADHD, which are super common developmental disabilities. We need mental health advocates and support, now more than ever before. Read on to see how you can help reduce stigma and raise awareness!