Patient Mental Health Resources

Find mental health resources

At Otsuka, we know no one can do it alone. Supporting your mental health is important to us. Here are just some of the many resources and organizations doing important work through community building, research, and advocacy that can help connect you with the mental health community and give you more information on mental health.

Society of Valued Minds
Society of Valued Minds is a mental health platform created by Otsuka for 18- to 24-year-old members to fight stigma, educate people about mental health conditions, and create a safe space where everyone can share their own experiences through self-expression.

Whether you live with a mental health condition or care for someone who does, the Society of Valued Minds Instagram page @societyofvaluedminds offers a range of uplifting and informative content to support your journey:

  • Learn about mental health conditions
  • See individuals who process their mental health through self-expression
  • Participate in Instagram Live conversations about mental health struggles and support
  • Collaborations with like-minded organizations working to support mental health

To learn more about our mission and access additional mental health resources, visit To join the community, follow @societyofvaluedminds on Instagram.


Otsuka Patient Education Network (OPEN)
Provides firsthand perspectives and insights from those living with certain diseases and disorders. Also includes news, events, and the opportunity to join the OPEN community.

My Mental Health Crisis Plan App*
Designed to help empower and guide your treatment preferences during a mental health crisis.

Patient Advocate Foundation*
Helps patients manage their care and provides financial aid to patients with chronic, life-threatening, and debilitating diseases.

The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)*
Provides advocacy, education, support, and public awareness to help those affected by mental illness.

The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)*
Supports and conducts research on mental illness and the underlying basic science of the brain and behavior.

Clubhouse International*
Helps people living with mental illness around the world regain a respected place in society through work, education, wellness, and community.

*These are just some of the independent third-party organizations that may offer services or support that are relevant to appropriate patients. These organizations are neither affiliated with nor endorsed by Otsuka Patient Support.