Tyson Fury says it is his "calling" to help people with mental health problems and that rival Deontay Wilder's views on the issue are "uneducated".
Fury will fight American Wilder on 1 December for the WBC heavyweight title.
It will be the Briton's third bout since he vacated his WBO and WBA titles to focus on treatment for depression.
"Other than boxing, I think this is my calling - trying to help other people with the same problems," Fury told BBC Sport.
"Trying to get it across that you are not a weak person, you are not a let down, you are not a failure.