WE DON’T NEED TO BE SAFE, WE NEED TO BE RESILIENT
Students, teachers, system leaders and business leaders share ideas, learn to be resilient, and turn the tide of a growing epidemic.
Day #1 | Brock Summit
Day #2 | Toronto
EDUCATORS, PRACTITIONERS, PARENTS, MENTAL HEALTH ADVOCATES
The ‘State of Mind Festival’ celebrates teen expressions of mental health through multimedia, traditional, and non-traditional arts. These are created by high school students and other young people through classroom State Of Mind & teacher co-created curriculum. The next step is to translate the content into actionable conclusions to shape next year’s programming.
During the day hundreds of teens share and celebrate their expressions. In the evening, we bring together system stakeholders to digest the youth messages. Attendees will hear from system leaders and innovators learning how they can improve their work to better promote the mental health of young people. It reflects changes that have occurred in attitudes, treatment, outreach, and education in youth mental health.
Supported by the Toronto Employees of