Understanding and maintaining your mental health is a life-long process that is essential to health and well being. Explore below to find videos, articles, activities, apps, and more to empower students K-12 to take charge of their own mental health.

Angela's story: Why is mental health education and advocacy important?

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Featured Resource: Have a few minutes to spare? This video series teaches a set of mental health skills that will help now and for the rest of your life. Videos are available for high school students, middle school students, and elementary school students. Optional skill sheets and activity sheets accompany each video.

Learn more about mental health resources and services near you at Network of Care Massachusetts, which also features a resource library. To talk to a live person about how to find resources or support near you, call 211 or text C2T to 741741.

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We'd love your feedback: Please let us know what you think about these mental health education resources or suggest a resource you'd like to see included. Email us with your comments, suggestions, or questions.

More resources are available for educators, counselors, and other school professionals from the Massachusetts School Mental Health Consortium (MSMHC) and Classroom WISE, as well as from the BIRCh Project.