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Mental Health Education

Caring Hearts and Thriving Minds is dedicated to ending the ongoing mental health crisis, and one tool used in achieving that goal is improving mental health education among the general public. We thoroughly believe that sharing resources to improve awareness of these issues provides a foundation for all advocacy efforts.

The United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund, or UNICEF, provides information on the basics of well-being for your child separated by age group. Their website also includes tips, quizzes, and videos to learn more about mental health.

Having a peer or loved one who is struggling with their mental health can be a difficult situation to address, so the Mental Health Foundation put together this guide on how you can better support their needs and navigate difficult conversations.

To learn how to help someone who is experiencing worsening mental health or a mental health crisis, visit the National Council for Mental Wellbeing's website to find First Aid classes available to you.

Through this information on the CDC website, parents can learn how their behavior affects the mental health of their child, from birth to adulthood. This page includes links to peer reviewed studies, related topics, and parenting tips as well.

Mental Health America uses this webpage as a menu for all of their tools on how to maintain and improve your mental health. On this page you can find resources for lowering stress, workplace wellness, and back to school success. 

The National Alliance on Mental Illness offers free education courses and video presentations on many topics related to mental health. These opportunities can be tailored to fit your specific needs or interests.

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