RACE & RACISM
BACK TO SCHOOL
Take a break! Coloring can be a relaxing, calm, and creative outlet.
Set goals, plan your week, and start your day with positive affirmations,
Downloadable in photo and video format, 9 different inspirational and uplifting quotes to share
A list of books, mediations, playlists, movies, shows and more to add to your daily routine.
Physical activity is important to maintaining good mental health!
Virtual activities for youth to keep busy during the pandemic.
It's ok to give permission for yourself to do things for YOU!
Resources, books, films, and more, aimed to help and highlight marginalized groups who are disproportionately affected
not just by COVID-19 but by mental health issues in general.
"I can't wait for the new season of This is Us - perfect for self-care and a good cry."
"Other self-care - just setting boundaries. Making sure I do not let either work
or family overwhelm me and take over every part of my being. Being OK with setting all the demands on my life aside for a little while and just doing what I want to do."
"Hands down my favorite self-care activity."
THE CALM APP
"The Netflix show Schitt$ Creek - Always puts me in a good mood and makes
me laugh out loud"
"I love listening to my public library’s free audiobook app, Libby, while I do chores or work on paintings and jigsaw puzzles."
FAVORITE BOOKS THIS YEAR:
Atomic Habits by James Clear
Untamed by Glennon Doyle
Why We Sleep by Matthew Walker
FEEL GOOD BOOKS:
Believe and Receive by Melissa Alvarez
Rising Strong by Brene Brown
Power Moves by Lauren McGoodwin
LETS TALK ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH INSTAGRAM PAGE:
"The Insight Timer meditation app helped my husband through depression
and we still use it every morning when we wake up and every night to help
us fall asleep."
"I have several phone apps I use, the have really saved me."
VIRTUAL HOPE BOX:
This toolkit was inspired by The Mighty, It’s OK Not to Be OK: A Digital Toolkit for Prioritizing Your Mental Health