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.
Due to COVID-19, kids are spending more time than ever online so it is a good time to reinforce expectations regarding safety and how to treat others with kindness and respect when communicating from behind a screen. This presentation is typically presented in person by the Orange County Department of Education through funding from the Orange County Health Care Agency to provide Violence Prevention Education services to families, students, and educators throughout Orange County. The presentation was developed using curriculum from Common Sense Education and consists of three brief modules: What is Cyberbullying, What Do I Need to Look Out for as a Parent, and How Can I Help My Child With Preventing and Dealing With Cyberbullying?
Student Mental Wellness Positive Self-Talk and Coping Cards is a print-friendly booklet that contains coping statements and grounding tips that families, teachers, and other adults can share with students as tools to help them self-regulate when experiencing anxiety, anger, overwhelm, and other feelings of distress. These tools and tips draw on Social-Emotional Learning (SEL), which provides a foundation for safe and positive learning, and enhances students’ ability to succeed in school, careers, and life. The affirmations included in this resource are easy to tailor to particular needs, and they can be incorporated into other routines at the beginning and ending of days.
A website that provides information on mental illness and efforts to reduce stigma in OC. Also provides information on different program services and toolkits
The Trevor Project provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ young people under the age of 25. This article is about supporting black LGBTQ youth in the context of social protest and police violence. The topics include processing common feelings, tips on self-care, and supporting black youth.