It's Mental Health Week, and we're kicking off a special weeklong series on Northland Morning called "Change Your Mind: Living with Mental Illness." TXT4LIFE started right here in the Northland in 2011.No matter who you are, if you need someone to talk to, text “Life” to 61222. A trained counselor will respond to your text. Find out more about TXT4LIFE at txt4life.orgMonday, 10/5 | 8amMary McClernon is here to talk about family and social supportTuesday, 10/6 | 8amDavid Lee talks about The Birch Tree Center and crisis support - how new options for treatment serve both the patient and the community betterWednesday, 10/7 | 8amRick Gertsema talks about DBT, a kind of therapy designed to help people with mental illness increase their coping skills, identify emotional triggers and change unhelpful behavior patterns. And it might work for you, too!Thursday, 10/8 | 8amStreet Outreach worker Deb Holman talks about the Catch-22 of discharge planning - how mentally ill people can insist they be discharged from the hospital even if they have nowhere to go or no one to help them.Friday, 10/9 | 8amJackie Buffington-Vollum talks about the work she does training the Duluth Police Department and others to safely de-escalate a mental health crisis and connect people with mental health resources instead of jail.The Mental Health Week on KUMD was made possible in part by the Human Development Center, Miller-Dwan Foundation and the St. Luke’s Foundation.