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A Message for Teachers

Thank you for registering for our free resources to support mental health education. The contents included are intended to help facilitate a conversation with students about the foundation of mental health education, including common challenges and conditions. The sections can be used as individual pieces to support an existing curriculum, or combined in any order to create a new educational plan. 


Please be aware that in starting these conversations some students may wish to share with you their own struggles or those of a friend or family member. We recommend that you familiarize yourself with the therapeutic and supportive resources available within your school/organization, your internal processes and policies around how to respond to these types of conversations and disclosures, and external resources to support students. Our materials are not intended to supplement professional treatment. 

Click here for a list of local resources.

Click here for a list of national resources.

Teens, Tweens & Quarantines

“Teens, Tweens & Quarantines” is a presentation for parents and caregivers, focusing on the impact of COVID-19 on our children. In a dynamic fashion, this talk will address the teen/tween brain, explain why this pandemic is so difficult for this age group, survey the process of loss, discuss issues related to independence, autonomy, and privacy, and offer perspectives and suggestions that parents and caregivers can implement immediately. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and get concrete answers for practical steps they can take in real time.
This program requires a $500 donation.