High School: Between the Bells
Between the Bells is a one-week interactive program designed for students in ninth through twelfth grade to spark authentic conversations about mental health and to remind those struggling they are not alone. This program educates students about common mental health struggles, what help and resources exist, and how they can play a key role in challenging the lie that says we can’t talk about these issues.
Middle School: Get the Conversation Started
Middle school is a chapter in which many students begin to struggle with their mental health. Many times, they are unable to even communicate what they are feeling. These free activities are designed to start proactive conversations suitable for students in sixth through eighth grade.
Partner With Us
We love finding ways to work with people and organizations who are wanting to help spread TWLOHA’s message of hope and raise funds for our mission. Whether it’s through an official partnership or hosting a benefit in your community, we’d love to hear more.
Invite TWLOHA to speak
at your event
By talking about the importance of honesty and community in a way that is dynamic, conversational, raw, and ultimately hopeful, our speakers let audiences know that, no matter what, they are not alone. Depending on your location and what feels safest for your community, you could invite TWLOHA to be part of your next event, conference, and/or meeting either in person or virtually.
Mental Health First Aid + QPR Training
Mental Health First Aid (Full-Day Training)
Mental Health First Aid is an international education program proven to be effective in teaching adults how to recognize and respond to signs and symptoms of mental health and substance-use challenges. Just as CPR helps you assist an individual having a heart attack, Mental Health First Aid helps you assist someone experiencing a mental health or substance use-related crisis.
QPR Training (1-1.5 hours)
QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer. This virtual training helps people recognize the warning signs of a suicidal crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help.