Facts about men's mental health.
According to the National Institute of Mental Health, one in six U.S. adults experiences mental illness in a given year.
Men are more likely than women to die by suicide. In 2015, the suicide rate for males was nearly four times that of females.
Men are three times more likely to take their own lives than women.
One in eight men will experience depression at some point in their lives.
Men are four times more likely to develop alcoholism than women.
Men are more likely to suffer from depression than women.
Men are more likely to suffer from substance abuse disorders than women.
Men are more likely to suffer from mental health problems if they are unemployed, have a low income, or are divorced or separated.