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  • Students - Resources


     MHA - Mental Health America logo Information about mental health topics, mental health screenings, resources for finding help and ways to get involved.

    Trevor Project logo   Crisis and suicide prevention resources for LGBTQ+ youth, support center with answers to frequently asked questions and information about upcoming events.
     NAMI - National Alliance on Mental Illness - logo Learn about warning signs and symptoms for mental health conditions, find support and learn ways to get involved. 
     Each Mind Matters - logo Information about mental health, stories of individuals experiencing a mental health challenge, mental health resources, and ways to get involved. 
    Bring Change to Mind - button   Information about mental health, stories of individuals experiencing a mental health challenge, tools for talking to people in your life about mental health, and information about starting a mental health awareness club.
    The Directing Change Student Film Contest - icon Films made by teens regarding suicide prevention and mental health. Talk to an adult at your school about bringing Directing Change to your school.
    Cares - logo Information about anxiety, how to cope with anxiety, talking to your parents, and what to ask a therapist. 
     Know the Signs - logo Information on warning signs for suicide, how to start a conversation with someone you are concerned about, and crisis resources.
     NEDA - Feeding hope - logo Information about eating disorders, screening tools, and resources for getting help.



    Time to Talk: Uncomfortable, But Important

    Self-Care Plan - Spanish

    Self-Care Plan - English

    50 Ways to Take a Break

    Coping Skills Worksheet

    100 Coping Strategies (Needs to be downloaded first, and converted to PDF)

    Helpful vs Harmful: Ways to Manage Emotions

    The PATH to Calm

    Mental Health Guide for LGBTQ+ Youth

    My Grief Rights

    Teen's Natural Grief Response

    Ways Teens Can Help a Grieving Friend




    CalmHarm- app Calm app Headspace app MY3 app Happify app
    Activities and ideas to help manage the urge to self-harm. Meditations for different topics including stress, anxiety, self-esteem, and sleep. Meditations for different topics including stress, anxiety, relationships, and sleep. Create a plan for staying safe and reaching out to others when you’re having thoughts of suicide. Improve your mood with fun activities and games, practice relaxation, and keep track of your progress.


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  • Contact

    Interim Director:

    LaKisha Johnson, LCSW, M.A. Ed, PPSC

    333 S. Beaudry Ave. 29th Floor
    Los Angeles, CA 90017

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