The Olive Film Collection provides five-minute-or-less short films exploring mental health stories. Geared toward older students, some videos contain sensitive content. Read the guide for caregivers and teachers.
A “first-aid for feelings”, Scholastic’s The Moodsters is a workbook for students 5-10 years old full of life lessons and art exercises to help cope during the Coronavirus pandemic.
WE RISE provides a variety of free events online focused on the arts, healing, and mental health. This week, join a panel to break the mental health stigma, or tune in for performances and intimate conversations with renowned artists.
Create a zine to share your own voice and stories in an accessible, DIY way with almost no limits. This guide shows you not only how to make a zine, but also how to distribute it — if you want.
From creating a mandala to making art with a song, these simple activities allow you to destress and let go after a hard day. You can do all of them with materials you already have at home.
Updated every Tuesday, create pieces of art and work through your feelings with these activities. Use your creations to communicate and connect with others. Available in English and Spanish.