Introducing the JT1 Discussion Guide Program for Students
JustTellOne.org (JT1) has launched a new program created to bring this conversation into the classroom. The online platform allows for both in-person instruction or distance learning. Using a series of progressive topics to facilitate small group discussions, this program helps students to recognize behavioral and mental health challenges and connect with a trusted person for support. Learn More
Now’s the time to start your conversation.
Help is available. You just have to ask.
Talking about your depression or addiction isn’t easy, but it’s the first step in getting the support you need. You don’t have to make a big announcement. You don’t have to post it for everyone to see. Just tell one.
Talking to one trusted person about how you’re feeling can be a huge relief. It can remind you that you’re not alone. And it can give you hope. One conversation won’t make everything better—but it’s a start. And from there, it will be easier to keep the conversation going and find professional resources.
JustTellOne.org was developed in collaboration with mental and behavioral health agencies across all eight counties in Western New York. Learn more about our mission.
Finding hope in your darkest moment.
It’s important to recognize the early warning signs of depression so you can get help right away.
Take charge of your drinking.
If you’re concerned about your drinking, or think you’ve developed an addiction, ask for help right away.
Don’t let substance use define you.
It’s never too early to address your drug or prescription medication abuse.
There’s always a better way. You are worth it.
When you start having suicidal thoughts, don’t keep them to yourself. Talk to someone.
Be a positive influence.
What happens if someone chooses you as a trusted person to talk to? Don’t worry, you don’t have to be a professional to be a good listener.
Learn how to have a supportive conversation and what next steps to take.