The Directing Change Program and Film Contest has created prewritten social media content that you can copy, paste and post on your social media channels to promote the 2020 contest.
An informational handout with a complete background on the Walk In Our Shoes youth mental health program and the resources available.
A report summarizing the knowledge gaps in students 4th-8th grade about mental health and wellness.
Downloadable and printable activity sheets for 9 - 13 year olds that allow for a hands-on, artful approach to learning about mental health and wellness.
A step-by-step facilitation guide for teachers to use to guide discussion about mental health with students 4th - 8th grade.
Disability Rights California has developed a variety of fact sheets, training presentations, videos, and policy papers on topics of mental health stigma and discrimination reduction.
Daily customizable emails and images that promote awareness of the Directing Change Program & Film Contest.
A film in Chinese, with English subtitles, that shares how friends can show support to those who are experiencing a mental health challenge.
A film in Mandarin, with English subtitles, where a young person shares her experience with depression and how a friend showed her support.
An animated film in Mandarin, with English subtitles, about how learning about mental health can allow us to help those living with mental health challenges.
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