teen Mental Health First Aid (tMHFA) is a training program for teens brought to the United States by the National Council for Mental Wellbeing in partnership with Born This Way Foundation.
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The RBP is an evidence-based cognitive-behavioral group intervention based on the longitudinal research that identifies the protective factors that promote resilience.
The Early Risers program is a multicomponent program that targets elementary school children 6 to 12 years of age who are experiencing early adjustment difficulties that may be linked to later risky behaviors, such as substance use.
The Triple P – Positive Parenting Program ® is a parenting and family support system designed to help children to realise their potential.
Signs of Suicide (SOS) is a youth suicide prevention program that has demonstrated an improvement in students’ knowledge and adaptive attitudes about suicide risk and depression.
Positive Action is based on the intuitive philosophy that we feel good about ourselves when we do positive actions.
Second Step® programs help students build social-emotional skills—like nurturing positive relationships, managing emotions, and setting goals—so they can thrive in school and in life.
Tragically, about 95% of today’s tobacco users started using before the age of 21. E-cigarettes have escalated this problem, with over 5,700 kids starting to vape every day, according to the CDC. Not On Tobacco® (N-O-T) seeks to address this growing problem by giving all teens the resources they need to break nicotine dependency and find healthier outlets.
Ripple Effects is a digital suite of programs to personalize social emotional skill building and promote positive behavioral and mental health.
MindUP for Life helps you develop the mental fitness to build a happier, healthier and more balanced life.