Talk about a good guy.
The Glee star appears in Talk to Me's first video PSA...
"Talk to me, it's what you say to someone to let them know you're there," McHale says in the spot. "Just three simple words. But saying them out loud could help save a life."
The campaign coincides with National Suicide Prevention Week, Sept. 4-10.
"Sure, it's easier to text, poke, like, or chat," reads the campaign's website. "But when you talk to someone you get a sense of how they're really feeling. You'll show that you care enough to listen."
McHale isn't the first Glee star to get involved with The Trevor Project. Darren Criss performed "Teenage Dream" with Katy Perry at the org's Trevor Live event in L.A. in December, and other castmates, including Chris Colfer and show bully Max Adler, have also created "It Gets Better" videos.