The Directing Change Program & Film Contest engages young people in California to create films about mental health and suicide prevention.
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.
A Directing Change film focusing on generational trauma in the Native American community.
A film in Hmong, with English subtitles, where a student shares about being Hmong and integrating his cultural beliefs into American society.
A film in Spanish, with English subtitles, that tells the story of a girl who notices signs of suicide in her friend Tyler and reaches out to support him.
A spoken word/poetry film about the struggles young men face, narrated by an African American male who urges young people to hold on.
A Directing Change video focusing on suicide prevention in the Native American community.
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