Mental health is an important part of our overall well-being.
This year, because of the presence and impact of COVID-19 and racial injustice, our individual and collective mental health is being challenged. Stress, worry, anger and anxious feelings are understandable and a way for us to adapt to these stressful situations.
Mental Health Summer Program Offerings
Identity-specific mental health support is available virtually for students this summer from Monday, July 4 - Thursday, Aug. 25, 2022.
Mental Health Summer 2022 Program Offerings
The Parent/Guardian section is designed to give you information about mental health, how you can support your child’s good mental health, and, if you are concerned about your child’s mental health, where to turn to for help.
Parents/Guardian Mental Health & Well-Being Support
The Student section is designed to give you information about mental health, how you can support good mental health, and, if you are concerned about your own mental health or that of a friend, where to turn to for help.
Student Mental Health & Well-Being Support