Asking for Help Isn't a Weakness

Asking for help is a strength.

Especially when it comes to mental health care—taking care of our minds, our moods, our fears—many moms feel that if they ask for help, they'll be judged as incapable, or "crazy." But we know from experience that moms are strongest when we admit where we’re vulnerable.

 

Asking for help can be difficult. But, it’s worth it.

Mountain Home Montana has served more than 800 young mothers and children in the past 17 years.* Out of the many brave things we’ve seen those mothers accomplish—from moving into their first apartments to receiving their college degrees—each started with a simple first step: They asked for help.

 

 

 

Join forces with other moms. 

Sign our pledge
#strongmomsaskforhelp

It’s simple. It’s free. And it’s a way to show that there’s no shame in asking for help.

After you sign, here’s what we’ll do:

1. After all the pledges have been gathered, Mountain Home will post our totals on Facebook and celebrate the Strong Moms movement!          

2. We’ll send you a follow up email with ideas and opportunities for giving and receiving help. If you don’t like that kind of email, just let us know and we’ll remove your name, no problem.

 

 

Sign our pledge

#strongmomsaskforhelp