Let’s promote better mental health in children and teens.

Grant Halliburton Foundation offers presentations that teach K–12 students about important aspects of their mental health. Our skilled presenters make these topics engaging and interactive for students of all ages. We talk about stress management, resilience, depression, bullying, and suicide prevention.

Some of our 2018/2019 education partners include Anna ISD, Allen ISD, Campbell ISD, Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD, Crandall ISD, Dallas ISD, Denton ISD, Duncanville ISD, Ferris ISD, Forney ISD, Frisco ISD, Garland ISD, Highland Park ISD, Kaufman ISD, Lancaster ISD, Lone Oak ISD, Lovejoy ISD, Midlothian ISD, Plano ISD, Richardson ISD, Rockwall ISD, Royse City ISD, Sunnyvale ISD, Waxahachie ISD, Whitewright ISD as well as Girl Scouts, The Resource Center, YMCA, youth groups, and other North Texas organizations.

 

#SAFE: Join the conversation
Straight talk about adolescent stress, peer pressure, mental health,
and other issues facing youth today.

 
#SAFE: Join the Conversation

An interactive presentation designed to educate young people about mental health and wellness.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the impact of stress on behaviors and brain health

  • Develop positive coping skills

  • Learn to recognize the signs of depression and suicidal crisis

  • Know how to talk with a friend in crisis and involve adults who can help

Length: 45 to 50 minutes
Ages: Grades 6–12 in a classroom setting

 

Bounce Back: Building Resilience for when life gets tough

 
Bounce Back: Building Resilience for When Life Gets Tough

An interactive presentation that teaches young people to view adversity as an essential tool in their social and emotional development.

Learning Objectives:

  • Teach students the vital elements of resiliency

  • Provide skills for using challenges and setbacks as building blocks for resilience

  • Foster the mindset of confidence and perseverance

  • Empower young people to overcome adversity and learn to bounce back

Length: 45 to 50 minutes
Ages: Grades 6–12 in a classroom setting

 

RISE: Change Your World!

 
RISE: Change Your World!

An interactive presentation designed to help unravel the behaviors, consequences, and outcomes of bullying and cyberbullying.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about the different types of bullying

  • Understand the impact of bullying on the victim and 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


Meet Our Education Team

Whether it’s a classroom setting, school assembly, community meeting, conference, or other event, our skilled team presents information and stories to educate, inspire, and engage audiences of all ages.

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