This activity guide is intended to help organizations across California with planning and implementation of Suicide Prevention Week activities. These resources and activities can also be used throughout the year.
This Spanish-language flyer provides a brief introduction to SanaMente: El Movimiento de Salud Mental de California, the importance of mental health in Latino communities, and lime green as the color for mental health awareness.
Raising Healthy Teens is a program developed for parents of school-aged youth in South Orange County, California, by Mission Hospital, a ministry of Providence St. Joseph Health. The program is part of a three-year strategic initiative to reduce underage substance use in our community. Raising Healthy Teens aims to provide facts and relevant resources you can use for real-life parenting, supporting our belief that positive encouragement and interactions with engaged parents, along with other caring adults, have the greatest impact on healthy youth development.
The Parent Project provides parent-training programs for parents of difficult or strong-willed children addressing issues such as ADD and ADHD, truancy, and destructive adolescent behaviors.
A free helpline for parents and caregivers who care for children struggling with substance use. Through confidential conversations, trained counselors offer support and guidance for preventing substance use and managing recovery from addiction. Helpline also offers parent coaching from trained volunteers with lived experience.