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As we gear up for the new school year, we understand the importance of mental health for students, parents and educators. That’s why we are adding to our comprehensive youth mental health resource library this back-to-school season. Navigating the challenges of academics, social dynamics and personal growth can be overwhelming but, together, we can build a resilient and thriving community. Our resources aim to support educators, guide parents and empower students on their mental health journey during the school year and beyond.
Discover useful insights and resources to foster your child's mental health throughout the school year.
Bullying is a concern with children of all ages. Know how to spot the warning signs and how to start a conversation with your child about bullying.
Learn the warning signs, learn how to start a conversation and know what to do in a mental health crisis.
Fill out this template to help your family and support team in the event of a crisis or relapse.
Access vital tools to identify signs of distress and cultivate a compassionate learning environment. Empower your students emotionally with useful knowledge and skills.
Resources for educators to create a safe and supportive classroom.
Resources for building a trauma-informed active shooter drill in schools.
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Often, in school, students can find it hard to focus or can be impacted by events around them. You can use these exercises to bring students back into the moment.
An engaging in-person or online presentation for middle and high school students to learn about the warning signs and symptoms of mental health conditions.
Download this free mental health coloring and activity book to help foster dialogue between children and the safe adults in their lives. Use this tool to help children express and explore their feelings in a fun, creative and empowering way!
The start of a new school year can be stressful for many teens. These resources are designed to support teens about how to manage their time, set boundaries and give guidance about when and how to seek help from a health care provider.
A resource to help students balance their school, work and personal time to help their mental well-being!
Reaching out about mental health can be or feel overwhelming, embarrassing or just hard. Use this guide to help you choose someone to confide.
Use these tips to balance your school, work and personal time to help your mental well-being!
NAMI On Campus clubs are student-led, student-run mental health clubs for colleges and high schools. Learn more on how you can become a part of the national movement and make meaningful change on your campus.
Created by young people for young people, NAMI Say It Out Loud is a free online card game that will bring you closer to your friends through conversation prompts about life, relationships, and mental health.
Going to college is a big step, and comes with a lot of excitement, unknowns and, usually, a healthy amount of stress — but that’s ok. This guide, designed by — and for — students —was created to help students navigate some of the life changes that come with heading off to college.
Social media can be a great way to connect with friends, family and your community. Learn how to engage safely and protect your mental health.
Setting healthy limits, or boundaries, in our lives allows us to take care of our health and well-being. In this resource, we’ll cover different types of boundaries, how to set them and ways to communicate to others what you will and will not allow to protect yourself and take charge of your life.
NAMI HelpLine volunteers and staff have compiled this directory of outstanding resources to help teens and young adults identify resources to meet their mental health needs. If you or someone you know are in need, use this directory as a guide to help navigate through your mental health journey.
NAMI does not endorse the resources included in the NAMI TYA HelpLine Resource Directory, and NAMI is not responsible for the content of or service provided by any of these resources.
Mental health conditions typically begin during childhood, adolescence or young adulthood, here you will find additional information intended to help provide young people, educators, parents and caregivers with the resources they need.
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