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This  mental health and resilience program, for grades 8 to 10, is part of the Thriving Schools Resilience in School Environments (RISE) initiative. The program helps students normalize the conversation about mental health, break down the stigma associated with anxiety, depression, and anger, and lets them know they are not alone.

Ghosted tells the story of 4 students navigating life in high school while learning to cope with stress, anxiety, depression, and relationship issues. Together, the students learn about the individual mental health challenges they are facing and what options they have for seeking help. They discover that although their identities and challenges are unique, they are not alone in their struggles.

Key Concepts

Through this program, students learn to:

  • Combat stigma by normalizing mental health challenges
  • Develop skills to talk about stress, anxiety, depression, and suicide prevention
  • Identify coping strategies to build resilience
  • Access resources for help

What people are saying about ‘GHOSTED’

“I agree with my students who said, ‘You guys are awesome.’ Thanks!!”

Educator, Stone Mountain, GA

“Thank you for making it possible for students to better visualize mental health and resiliency concepts through this programming. Kudos to your team for making it work in the virtual world!!”

“This is hands down the best presentation from any organization that deals with mental health that I’ve experienced with students.”

Educator, James Logan High School, Fremont, CA

“I think it can help people understand anxiety and other mental health issues that are more common in teens and their peers. It helped me find ways to calm myself if I ever feel stressed.”

Student, Radford High School, Honolulu, Hawaii
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