THE COLLECTIVE RESOURCES
The Collective offers numerous mental health resources for students and educators. These resources are created and provided by our Collective partners. All our resources are free and downloadable. Stay up to date with new resources being released with The Bulletin.
Take a moment to breathe by following along to these 1-minute meditation exercises.
We know exam time can be stressful for students and teachers, so follow along with these two breathing exercises to reduce stress and calm your mind. Good luck to all of the students and educators around the nation! We Believe In You!
Print these downloadable the Collective and Believe In You posters and share them with your coworkers and staff! Hang them up in the teachers’ lounges and common areas in your school. Help us end the stigma that surrounds mental health conversations by promoting the Collective and Believe In You.
The American Heart Association offers the Kids Heart Challenge and American Heart Challenge school programs that provide unique age-appropriate curriculum and activities. Students and educators have the tools needed to learn social and emotional skills and how to take care of their physical and mental health and well-being.
Life CONsequences is a non-profit organization that focuses on educating middle and high school students on the consequences and dangers of alcohol and substance abuse, social media issues and mental health awareness. Keynote speaker and founder of LifeCON, Ethan Fisher, draws from his life experience to challenge, motivate and inspire his audiences.
The Look for the Good Project offers community-care programs for K – 6 school communities to create a sense of safety and belonging and undo unwilled and unwanted aloneness. Students, parents, and educators learn how to unite their communities with gratitude and wiggle their stress into strength using a variety of trauma-informed empowerment tools.
Erika’s Lighthouse is dedicated to their mission of providing free mental health programs to any school, anywhere. Their four pillars of Classroom Education, Empowerment Clubs, Family Engagement, and School Policy & Staff work together to give educators the tools to promote inclusive cultures around school mental health.