Back-to-School Resources for Youth
Going back to school can be stressful. Learn how to get help when you need it.Returning to school can feel overwhelming. It’s OK to feel this way. Here are resources to support you, your family or friends.
Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
Operating Hours: 24/7
If you or someone you know is experiencing mental health or substance use-related crisis, the Lifeline network is available 24/7.
Call or text 988, or chat at 988lifeline.org.
Back to School Resources for Parents, Family and Friends
Want to support your child’s mental health as they return to school? Check out these resources.
Going back to school can be challenging for many kids. Learn how you can support your child or loved one during this time, and discover strategies to help you break the cycle of toxic stress.
Impact of Technology and Digital Media on Mental Health
Back-to-School Resources for Schools & Teachers
We all need help sometimes. Learn how you can support the mental health of your students this back-to-school season.
Find tools and resources for schools and teachers to support students who may be struggling with mental health issues.
Redirecting Grief to Growth | A Trusted Space
Listen to teachers, parents, students, and experts discuss how to mitigate the effects of anxiety and trauma. The film is accompanied by a curriculum that provides a practical and empathetic understanding of how trauma impacts behavior and learning, and how to manage it within any classroom setting.
Dear Stress, I’m over you. Stress Management Toolkit
Dear Stress is a new resource to help young people manage stress with three easy strategies. It’s available in English and Spanish in two sizes for sharing as a handout or small poster and includes a slide deck that can be used as a companion classroom activity.