A few years ago, I received the heartbreaking news that a legendary NFL football player had taken his own life. Although I didn't know him personally, I couldn't help but feel deep sorrow for him and his family. It was at that moment that I began to pay closer attention to mental health and the lasting negative effects it has on families worldwide. I also realized that I had been surrounded by individuals with undiagnosed and misdiagnosed mental health disorders throughout my life—teammates, friends, family, and even myself. Most of us, including myself, suffered in silence and ignored the problem. It saddens me to think about all the hurt and loss of life that has resulted from undiagnosed or misdiagnosed mental wellness challenges.
This realization motivated me to take action. Inspired by this motivation, I created "Getting My Help," a mental wellness foundation dedicated to making a difference.
All people have the opportunity to live a holistic, healthy, and productive life, despite any mental wellness challenges.
We aim to raise awareness through community events and created media content.
According to research, 980 million people have been diagnosed with a mental health disorder. This means 1 out of every 8 people worldwide has been diagnosed with some type of mental wellness challenge, not counting those who are undiagnosed or misdiagnosed.
Would you consider joining the mental wellness movement by making a donation to support our goal of ensuring that mental wellness challenges do not prevent anyone from living a holistic, healthy, and productive life?

Greg Ellis 

The Football Player
Greg was a first round of the 1998 NFL draft by the Dallas Cowboys and played for the Cowboys for 11 seasons, from 1998 to 2008. He also played a season, in 2009, for the Oakland Raiders. 

Greg Ellis

The Coach
Greg previously served as the head football coach at Texas College and SAGU before returning to his roots with the Cowboys. Ellis will join as the assistant defensive line coach.

Greg Ellis 

Founder Getting My Help
Greg has been leading several Mental Wellness Walks, aiming to raise awareness and foster community support for mental health challenges. These walks provide a platform for individuals to share their stories and support each other in their mental wellness journeys, reflecting Greg's commitment to making a positive impact in this crucial area. 


Thank you for joining Greg Ellis and the mental wellness movement to support the
 over 980 million people diagnosed with a mental health disorder.