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NSHSS for Mental Health Awareness

Mental Health Awareness Resources

We want to help our NSHSS community with an array of resources and opportunities focused on mental health. May is Mental Health Awareness Month, but we know that this topic is important to our members year-round.

Mental Health Awareness Resources

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NSHSS is encouraging our members and families to watch the Netflix film "The Social Dilemma." This exclusive panel discussion is a follow-up to the documentary and is moderated by Kolby Keo, NSHSS Fellows Executive Board Vice President and featuring the filmmaker, Jeff Orlowski, renowned psychiatrist Dr. Anna Lembke, and former Facebook executive, Tim Kendall. This discussion a a deep-dive into how social media is negatively effecting human beings including our mental health. Is there still time to change the cycle or are we in too deep?

Watch "The Social Dilemma" Panel

 

The Social Dilemma

The stigma surrounding mental illness has become far too common, but more and more individuals are speaking out and raising awareness on the issue. NSHSS wants to award three students for their positive efforts in spreading awareness and effecting change regarding mental health. We are awarding three (3) $2,000 scholarships 

Apply for the Mental Health Awareness Scholarship 

 

NSHSS Mental Health Awareness Scholarship

Some of our very own NSHSS Ambassadors and Collegiate Council members have created organizations and initiatives to bring awareness to mental health. One of these Ambassador-led organizations is "Students Stopping Stigmas." "Students Stopping Stigmas is an organization dedicated to erasing the stigmas/stereotypes attached to mental health and empowering people to seek help."

Check out the SSS Instagram!

Students Stopping Stigmas Mental Health Awareness

 

 Tell Us Something Good!

Be sure to tell NSHSS about your efforts and initiatives you are doing to spread awareness for mental health so we can share with others. For example, share an organization you volunteer for or initiative you started that holds a mental health awareness component and the impact it has made on you and your community. We want to hear from you!  Fill out this form and you may be included on this page, in the next NSHSS News & Press Blog, Scholar's Journal or social media.