Join us in celebrating Mental Health Awareness Week May 2-6, 2022! Mental health is an important part of overall health. However, due to stigma, many people don't feel comfortable talking about mental health. That's why we created the Mental Health Awareness Week Toolkit to help schools, students, and families talk about mental health and access help when they need it. Below school staff will find many resources to help celebrate all week long, including short, easy, leveled lessons to use in the classroom.

Learn more about youth mental health, warning signs, and how to get help.

Mental Health Awareness Week Resources

Sample Proclamation
Family Newsletter (Color)
Family Newsletter (Black & White)
Social Media Images
Coloring Pages
Morning Announcements

Mental Health Awareness Week Lesson Plans

MONDAY | We All Have Mental Health

TUESDAY | Stressors and Stigma

WEDNESDAY | Building Resiliency

THURSDAY | Who Can Help?

FRIDAY | It's OK to Not Be OK

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SEARCH: K-12

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SEARCH: BIRTH TO FIVE

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