Please join us for a special programming that highlights the importance of caring for every child's mental health. The screening will follow a Q&A session with our organizers and filmmakers. This is a great opportunity to network with our communities, as well as, find helpful resources and services for children and their families. RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/short-films-showcase-talk-story-tickets-60775263449#.
Today is National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day. Green is the national color for mental health awareness. Wearing a green shirt or ribbon today is a great way to jump-start a talk-story session with friends, family, classmates and co-workers about mental health.
Today, keiki in all Hawaii public schools, and everyone who supports our cause of positive children’s mental health, are being asked to wear green to show their support. Thank you to the Hawaii Department of Education for helping get out the word about wearing green today to Hawaii’s keiki and their families.
Tune in on Monday, May 6 at 9 a.m. HST/3 p.m. EDT to watch the live, national webcast around this year’s National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day, “Suicide Prevention: Strategies That Work,” through this link: https://www.hhs.gov/live.
Why Mental Health Matters To Me is this year’s art contest theme, bringing awareness to May as National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Month.