our programs

Empowering you to take action

With a presence at more than 800 campuses, schools, communities, and workplaces each year, we’re reducing the stigma surrounding mental health, creating communities of support, and saving lives. Our proven approach is unique to Active Minds – reaching 1.8 million people nationwide last year alone.

Mental health issues among young adults are on the rise. They are especially pronounced among Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) and lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) young adults.

Through award-winning programs and services and with a health equity lens, we’re inspiring and empowering a new generation to change the mental health culture on campuses, in schools, in the workplace, and across communities.

Explore our unique programs and resources below. Or, check out our alphabetical listing.

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new resource to address microaggressions


Microaggressions can negatively affect people’s mental and emotional well-being, with their impact often becoming more pronounced over time. CALM gives those who commit microaggressions – whether intentionally or unintentionally – the tools to correct the situation, prevent further mental distress, and help to create a more equitable world.

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a guide for programming to reduce stress, promote self-care, and build communities.

ACTIVE MINDS’ STRESS LESS WEEK® TOOLKIT, supported by our friends at Murad®, is designed to provide education about stress and anxiety and build communities that are supportive of mental health.

Inside this free toolkit you’ll find education, tips, and resources designed to help you better understand and mitigate your stress while helping to shape a positive mental health culture among your community.

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resources, guidelines, and campaigns

Active Minds’ resources help you show up for yourself and others in ways that are meaningful, fun, and simple. Together, we can change the mental health culture in communities, ensuring every person hears the important message: “It’s okay to not be okay.”

high school students: the time is now. let’s get to work!

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