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Education, Housing and The Pandemic

Brianna Ferguson, a senior from Peekskill, NY, shared her experiences with housing insecurity as part of PBS Newshour’s Student Journalism Challenge.

Have a Convo, Save a Bro

Someone going through a tough time might not talk about it even if they want to. The first step in looking out for them is reaching out.

Movember Conversations

Movember Conversations is a tool to help you navigate important conversations with any men in your life who might be struggling.

How LeBron James Handles Stress

In this episode, students discuss mental health, the future of I Promise, LeBron’s favorite games and what he wants to be remembered for.

Back in School Toolkit

The Steve Fund’s Back in School Toolkit helps students of color find information to help maintain mental wellbeing.

Feelings ID Card

This graphic provides a list for  educators and students with some examples of emotions associated with our different mental states.

In crisis? Call or Text 988

Important links to the 988 Lifeline website in both English and Spanish. There is also a printable poster available for download.

10 Songs About Masculinity

Songs to help paint a broader picture of what the broad spectrum of masculinity entails, and dispel the belief that all of it is toxic.

Hiding in Plain Sight – Full Film

Watch Hiding in Plain Sight: Youth Mental Illness, a film that features first-person accounts from young people who live with mental health conditions.

Hiding In Plain Sight: Survivors Of Suicide Loss

Supporting a friend or family member who is grieving the death of a loved one caused by suicide can be challenging, but simply talking about the deceased person can make all the difference.

How Does the Brain Work?

Take an in-depth look at the parts of a neuron and how they communicate with each other using electrochemical signals.

Emotions and the Brain

This “Brain Break” activity facilitates a closer look at what is happening in the brain when someone is experiencing strong emotions and guides students through a short activity. is a mental health resource, not a crisis or suicide response website. If you are in crisis, or experiencing thoughts of suicide, please call or text the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline at 988. The service is free and available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.