Resources are the things we need to live our lives including money, housing, education, and health care. A person’s skills, abilities, and social networks are also resources. People who lack access to financial and other resources are more likely to develop mental health challenges, and they may experience significant barriers to recovery and community participation. To address problems of unequal access to resources, we must work at all levels–from interventions supporting individual capacities and resilience, through community, systemic, and structural change.