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2021 Mental Health Awareness Month


May is Mental Health Awareness Month!

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While it is our goal to support our students' academic and social growth every day, May provides us with an opportunity to reflect on good practices and bring awareness to mental health. 

This month, we will share weekly mental health topics along with links and articles of interest.  

Resources for Children
Stop the Stigma
Caregiver Health
Health Literacy 

As always, please feel to contact us for additional information. Contact information is located under Staff.

Dr. Stephanie Columbia, 
Director of Mental Health


Week 1: Resources for Children: Our first week in May is dedicated to children's mental health.
The following are links to support, nurture and develop coping strategies and healthy habits. As always, feel free to contact your building mental health department with any questions or concerns.
Supporting Kids During the Coronavirus Crisis
https://childmind.org/article/supporting-kids-during-the-covid-19-crisis/  This is a wonderful site offering suggestions on how to support childrens' mental health during COVID-19


En Espanol

https://childmind.org/article/como-apoyar-a-los-ninos-en-la-crisis-del-covid-19/


We All Have Mental Health: A great website to discuss Mental Health Issues with children: https://youtu.be/DxIDKZHW3-E


CARE CARDS!  An opportunity for students to develop some insight into daily life.  Print one for each day!  

https://youtu.be/dOkyKyVFnSs Inside out: Guess the feelings

STOP THE STIGMA:
Here are some resources for destigmatizing mental health No photo description available.








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