Demi Lovato creates fund to help people with mental illness


Demi Lovato created a mental health trust fund to help people with complications of mental health they need professional help during the pandemic by coronavirus.

Through social networks, the singer of Sorry Not Sorry unveiled its project The Mental Health Fund to support four organizations psychological that support and advise people with mental health crisis during the quarantine period, through direct lines or text messages.

“Many have been left alone with their thoughts, their anxieties, their abusers, and are struggling with the uncertainty of these times,” wrote Lovato on the publication made in Instagram.


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“That is why I am helping to launch #TheMentalHealthFund to support organisations that meet the growing demand for crisis counseling due to the Covid-19. You’re not alone. The help is fast, free and available 24/7,” he added.

The fund aims to cover services to treat the anxiety, depression, loneliness, domestic violence, substance abuse, eating disorders, financial stress, and more.

After their release, The Health Mental Fund raised $2 million thanks to the followers of the singer who contributed and of other organizations linked to the mental health of United States.

In an interview for PeopleDemi pointed out that the lines of support were “very important” for people with mental and emotional disorders are not alone during quarantine and have to who to turn to during a crisis.

“You’re afraid of those thoughts that you have are too dark and need guidance. That is where this comes in. You can provide help to people who are struggling,” he said.

And he added, “Asking for help is not a sign of weakness. It is a sign of strength. Many times, our society tells us that if we ask for help, we are weak. But what is stronger that someone can do is to take that first step to get help, in whatever form”.


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This is not the first time that the singer focuses on the mental illness.

In February last spoke with Ashley Graham in the podcast Pretty Big Deal on their disorders and the way in which he deals with them with strict exercise routines.

In addition, in march spoke on The Ellen DeGeneres Show about the overdose that almost took the life in 2018 and how you want to prevent their fans from falling into the same situation during the most difficult moments from professional help.

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