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What is Mental Health?

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make choices. 

Chances are, if you are generally happy, you have good mental health. 

If you are often sad, anxious, stressed, or overwhelmed, you could probably use some help improving your mental health. 

This page covers many ways to help improve mental health and provides resources for when you need a little more support. Look below for general mental health tips, or click the links below to see more specific support and resources.

Explore specific areas of Mental Health

Stress & Anxiety | Depression & Connection | Suicide Prevention | Healthy Relationships | Trauma, PTSD, and Healing | Grief, Loss, & Connection | Substance Use & Recovery | Anger Management | Body Image | ADHD & Self Regulation | Conflict With Others | Screen Time & Digital Detox | Bullying & Cyberbullying

While these page offer different resources and suggestions for things you can do on your own, mental health is best when it's a team effort. If you are needing support beyond what is offered here, please reach out to a mental health professional, or trusted adult, and check out supportive mental health apps:

Mental Health Apps | PPS Mental Health Resources

Resources for Culturally Specific Groups

This page is meant to be a tool for you, and may not be enough. 

If you need additional support or are in crisis, please reach out to a school social worker, your counselor, any trusted adult, or call one of the hotlines listed above