Our approach is proven to change attitudes and increase help-seeking behavior. We use our programs to directly address a broad range of mental health issues and the signs, symptoms, and stigma associated with each. Our message is tailored to meet the needs of each specific audience. Through interactive and engaging presentations, we educate on topics like stress, anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders, suicide ideation, disordered eating, addictive behavior, trauma, self-harm, and bullying. We make sure those listening learn what to look for in themselves or others, and how to address them. Proving the value of talking about mental health is a cornerstone to all our programs.
— Renate Coster, Jenkintown High School
Teaching young people that it is OK to not be OK and that no one is alone in these feelings is the key to changing attitudes, increasing help-seeing behavior, and ending stigma.Learn more
Faculty members play an instrumental role in the lives of their students. Our programs provide tools and knowledge that allow them to intervene and provide critical support to the youth in their care.Learn more
Our programs provide the language and understanding to communicate and promote mental wellness through many stages of youth development.Learn more
Our evidence-based, trauma-informed approach can help a community develop healthier attitudes and actions around mental health.Learn more
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