Our 3 Pronged Mental Health Campaign


Awareness Campaign

Mental health affects each and every one of us.

We must care for one another and eliminate the stigma that has long plagued those affected. We can all increase the awareness of this public health crisis by creating campaigns within our schools and communities. Ideas include: 

  • A "Mental Health" themed week in schools, aimed at decreasing the stigma and increasing the awareness surrounding the topic
  • Fundraisers for local mental health clinics and organizations, which are often underfunded and understaffed
  • Implementing the "Just Tell One" campaign in schools, where a wall is allocated for students to share who they would talk to if they needed support


Education Campaign

Taking initiative to strengthen the health education system in the United States.

The crisis continues at the will of every passing year. A lack of dedication to the well-being of impressionable minds at peak maturation puts students at risk of developing mental disorders at an early age, fostering the threat of long term mental stability issues. In order to combat latent flaws, individuals must first acknowledge that they exist. A change to the system starting with recognition, followed by widespread acknowledgement and action, will be the movement needed to promote a full understanding of human health and will protect the evolution of maturing minds for future generations.

  • The United States High School expectation for graduation requires only a half semester course on health education, adding up to just nine weeks of 40 in a total of a single school year.  Merely 6.25% of the entirety of a student's high school career are spent learning the fundamentals of human life.
  • According to The Nation’s Leading Grassroots Voice on Domestic Violence, nearly  20 people per minute are physically abused by an intimate partner in the United States. During one year, this equates to more than 10 million women and men. Morals are hindered by the lack of exposure to lessons on health education, and the effects prove life threatening as a result. 
  • 76% of youth with mental health issues have insufficient or no access to necessary treatment.

Legislative Goals