CASEL’s mission is to help make evidence-based social and emotional learning (SEL) an integral part of education from preschool through high school.
A listing of resources to help school districts address the need for youth suicide prevention, intervention, and postvention, including a model youth suicide prevention policy for local educational agencies (LEAs).
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention provides information about suicide, including risk factors and warning signs, statistics and treatment, and how to report about it responsibly.
The Suicide Prevention Resource Center provides information, programs, and training. on suicide prevention.
NAMI is the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
CalMHSA helps fund, develop, and implement mental health services and educational programs at the state, regional, and local levels.
The National Association of School Psychologists provides information, resources, and training for school psychologists.
Walk in Our Shoes explores mental health from the perspective of other peoples' mental health journey. Learning about other people can help you understand that they’re still a lot like you — they’re just on a journey in different shoes.
The #chatsafe guidelines have been developed in partnership with young people to provide support to those who might be responding to suicide-related content posted by others or for those who might want to share their own feelings and experiences with suicidal thoughts, feelings, or behaviors.
This resource provides information to promote emotional well-being and to share potential warning signs that a friend might be in emotional distress and need help.
Seize the Awkward campaign encourages teens and young adults to embrace the awkwardness and use this moment as an opportunity to reach out to a friend. The campaign focuses on that moment to break through the awkward silence to start a conversation about how they’re feeling.
Youth Mental Health First Aid is designed to teach parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, peers, neighbors, health and human services workers, and other caring citizens how to help an adolescent (age 12–18) who is experiencing a mental health or addiction challenge or is in crisis.
The Directing Change Program and Film Contest was launched as a demonstration initiative as part of Each Mind Matters: California’s Mental Health Movement.
Grit X was Developed by The Young Adult and Family Center at the University of California at San Francisco. Grit X is a collection of tools to help young adults inspire grit, learn how to find resilience, and be able to tell their own stories, their own way.
The MY3 app will help you define your network and your plan to stay safe. With MY3 you can be prepared to help yourself and reach out to others when you are having thoughts of suicide.
A suite of programs designed to allow educators to empower teens with an introduction to mental health, depression-literacy, help-seeking and what it takes to promote good mental health. Focused on grades 4-12, these no-cost, skills-based programs use diverse teen voices to spread awareness and reduce stigma. Depression Awareness (Ideal for grades 5-9): An introduction to depression by recognizing signs and symptoms with a strong focus on help-seeking and good mental health.