Taking care of your mental health isn’t always easy, no matter what age you are. The good news is that you don’t have to go through it alone.

There are resources available and caring, trusted adults who are there to help!

Want to learn more about mental health?

Encourage Hope and Help has your back! Check out the links below to learn more about various mental health topics. 

Programs & Campaigns

Signs of Suicide (SOS)

The Signs of Suicide Program (SOS) is unique among school-based suicide prevention programs as it incorporates two prominent suicide prevention strategies into a single program: an educational curriculum that raises awareness about suicide and depression, and a brief screening for depression.
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How Full Is Your Cup?

Lawson CIA members were concerned about their student body when it came to dealing with life's pressures, demands, and traumas. To help their peers avoid unhealthy coping strategies, they developed the "How Full is Your Cup?" campaign.
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The Talk Dot

The Platte County High School SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) implemented the "Talk Dot". If a student needs to talk to someone about something they are going through, the blue dot symbolizes a safe place for conversation.
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