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.
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.
This DVD presents a collection of mental health and suicide prevention stories, PSAs and mini documentaries created by and for community members that represent the diversity of California.
An animated video of a young man's journey with abuse, homosexuality, and mental health challenges.
An animated video of a young man's barriers to mental wellness and the cultural guidance that helped on his journey.
An informational document for parents of students ages 9 - 13 that provides background on the importance of discussing mental health challenges with kids at home.
An animated video discussing the effects of anxiety and depression on a young student and how reaching out for help put him on the path to recovery.
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