“As college students, we often see the effects of untreated mental health issues, so we decided that it was time to get more involved. We sought out The Youth Mental Health Project in order to learn more about youth mental health and to learn ways in which we could make an impact within our communities.
After spending this summer working with The Youth Mental Health Project team, we created a pledge as a way to encourage others to spread awareness and have open conversations about youth mental health.”
We hope you too will see how important this cause is and will take the pledge and support youth mental health.
Megan Nuzzo and Renée Reiner, College Interns 2018
Take The Pledge!
College Readiness and Resources Sheets.
A new study revealed that 3 out of 4 students said they’d experienced at least one stressful life event in the last year.*
The Youth Mental Health Project™ envisions a world where people are just as aware of their mental well-being as they are of physical well-being so we have created this pledge and helpful, printable take aways.
*Cindy Liu, Ph.D., Sept. 6, 2018, Depression and Anxiety.
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We ALL have mental health, the same way we have physical health! Yet conversations about mental health can be awkward, uncomfortable and hard to deal with. Mental health lies on a continuum and continually shifts, changes and evolves through life so let’s make talking about mental health easy.
Let us help you help your community.
Tabling/Event Kit with Feelings Poster
Printed materials include:
What Is Mental Health (50)
Treatment for Concerns (50)
College Readiness: Wellness (50)
College Readiness: Stress (50)
College Readiness: Loneliness (50).
Digital Customizable Helpful Contacts – enter your college information and print.
50 phone wallets
Continuum of Emotions Bulletin Board (36×24) and 50 stickers to place on the board.