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Mental Health Literacy Component Inventory

Understanding how to foster and maintain positive mental health: ADDRESSED

Understanding mental health disorders and their treatments: ADDRESSED

Decreasing stigma: ADDRESSED

Understanding how to seek help effectively: ADDRESSED


Learning Standard Inventory

Based on learning standards provided by the Washington State Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.

Compare & contrast emotional, mental + behavioral illness, mental well-being and concurrent disorders

Identify school and community resources that can help a person with emotional, mental and behavioral health concerns


Describe how self-harm or suicide impacts other people

Describe laws related to minors accessing mental health care


Explain how to help someone who is thinking about attempting suicide

Advocate for reducing stigma associated with emotional and mental and behavioral health





A 3-hour course for adolescent students rooted in neuroscience that provides an understanding of the brain to help students foster mental health in themselves and their community. 

Materials, Evidence and Implementation


Resources/Materials:   Manual, activities and video supports
Fidelity Measure: Observation Tool
Student learning measure: Yes (pre and post knowledge)



174 college students (not yet published)


•Program Material Cost:  $300 per instructor
•Modality: Module

•Setting: Classroom 
•Grade level(s): 6th - 12th grade
•Who delivers the program: Student, Teacher, Specialized staff (paraeducator, instructional support staff, etc), Social Worker, School Psychologist, Psychiatrist, Counselor, Mental Health Therapist, Prevention/Interventionist/ Recovery Specialist
•Qualifications/Training needed?: No

•Training Description: N/A
•Virtual option? Yes
•Length: 4 sessions, 45 minutes each


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