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Changing the way we talk about mental health
Education and training that promotes adolescent mental wellness
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PRESENTATIONS FOR STUDENTS

#SAFE

An interactive program designed to educate young people about mental wellness and encourage them to speak up and get involved concerning their mental health.
#SAFE
Join the Conversation


Understand the impact of teen stress on behaviors and brain health
  • Develop positive coping skills
  • Learn to recognize the signs of depression and suicidal crisis
  • Talk with a friend in crisis and learn how to involve adults in obtaining help
Length: 45 to 50 minutes
Ages: Grades 6 – 12 in a classroom setting
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RISE

An interactive program designed to help unravel the behaviors, consequences and outcomes of bullying and cyberbullying.
RISE
Change Your World!


  • Learn the different types of bullying
  • Understand the impact of bullying on the victim and the bully
  • Know how to support a victim by being a friend, not a bystander
  • Report bullying to a teacher or trusted adult
Length: 45 to 50 minutes
Ages: Grades K – 12 in a classroom setting
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PRESENTATIONS FOR EDUCATORS, PROFESSIONALS, AND PARENTS

SAFE

Straight talk about adolescent stress, social media, peer pressure, mental health, bullying and other issues facing today’s youth.
SAFE!
Issues Affecting Today's Teens and How You Can Help


  • Recognize signs of distress in teens
  • Promote brain health
  • Foster resiliency and strong coping skills
  • Safeguard teens against internet dangers
  • Know the warning signs of suicidal behavior
  • Find help for a struggling teen
  • Implement protective measures to keep teens SAFE!
Length: 60 to 75 minutes
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TAG

An educational training focused on the adolescent brain, stress, depression and suicide prevention, with emphasis on learning to recognize and respond to a young person in crisis.
TAG, You're It!


  • Learn how to recognize signs of depression and suicidal thinking
  • Understand when and how to connect a struggling teen with help
  • Develop ways to promote mental wellness and strong coping skills in youth
  • Connect with tools and resources
Length: 60 minutes to 2 hours
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Deep Secrets

A discussion about the root causes of self-injury and preventative solutions for children and adolescents, utilizing assessment and intervention measures.
Deep Secrets
Understanding Self-Harm


  • Understand why teens self-harm
  • Gain knowledge about types of self-harm, including current trends
  • Know the risk factors associated with self-injury
  • Learn about evidence-based treatments for self-injurious behaviors
Length: 60 to 75 minutes
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HOW CAN I BRING THESE PRESENTATIONS TO MY SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY?

To arrange a presentation, please contact Grant Halliburton Foundation at 972-744-9790 or info@granthalliburton.org.