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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Having conversations with kids early on all kinds of topics is so important. That's why the On Our Sleeves Movement for children's mental health developed resources to help you start those conversations.

Ariana Hoet PhD

Latest Resource

Social Media

Social Media and Kid's Mental Health

Social media has benefits and risks to children’s mental health. You can help children by starting conversations around social media, helping them navigate it and educating them on how to stay safe online with our resources.

Operation: Conversation helps you start conversations with kids which builds their mental health.

How-to Guides and Free Mental Health Resources

Help us break stigmas and start conversations. You can take action to support children’s mental health.

A national crisis has been hiding in plain sight. Children’s mental health has been one of the least talked about issues – until now.

If things don't feel right, reach out to a trusted adult.

If you or your child need immediate help due to having suicidal thoughts, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 988 or text the Crisis Text Line by texting "START" to 741-741. If there is an immediate safety concern, call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.