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Managing stress and anxiety during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Coping with stress can help make you and your loved ones stronger.  The National Institute of Mental Health is providing useful information on ways to manage your mental health during the outbreak.
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With many schools closing and online instruction becoming the new normal, remember the free, online, mental health educational resources offered by the glowmedia project. 

Since 2016, the glowmedia project has offered free films and resources to help young people develop the emotional agility necessary to thrive. The films and related resources are teen tested and approved. More than 750,000 students have already watched them.

Because teens are confronted with new and different pressures than previous generations, helping teens cope requires a completely new approach. Nearly one-third of U.S. teens suffer from an anxiety disorder. One in six admit to taking prescription medications to get high or change their mood. Mental health affects everyone, and kids struggle to find information and ask for help. 

Using film, music and a fresh approach that appeals to today’s kids, glowmedia’s films and accompanying education guides provide teachers and parents/guardians with a new, relatable way to understand and address mental health, while tackling subject matter such as stress and anxiety, eating disorders, sexuality, drugs and alcohol, and more. Through Discovery Education and Learn360, our films are approved for use in school systems nationwide.  If your school does not have access to Discovery or Learn360, you can download our films and curricula, free of charge, directly from our website http://glowmedia.org.

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prescription medicine abuse

Do Supermodels Eat Popcorn

body image & eating disorders

This is Me

LGBTQ issues

Gotta Get It 

stress & anxiety

King of the World

bipolar disorder
release date 3-30-2020
We know you’ll find these free videos to be a valuable addition to your curriculum. With your help, kids will have the opportunity to review them with adults they trust and talk about reactions. 

Download and watch the films. Use our accompanying educator, parent, and student resources to facilitate conversation
 
“Thank you to the glowmedia project for working to emphasize the importance of mental wellness and social emotional learning in our educational systems.”
– Patrick J. Kennedy, Author of a Common Struggle, Founder of ParityRegistry.org.
Trish Glowacki, a parent who recognized the need for more and better mental health education, founded glowmedia in 2016. Visit glowmedia.org to learn more about our mission and how you can get involved. Together we can support teens by creating a culture of wellness in an environment free from the stigma associated with mental health.
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