High school clubs that are promoting mental wellness & erasing stigma by advocating awareness, silencing shame, embracing imperfection, reducing stress, inspiring laughter through connection, prevention, education and outreach!
"Your life matters!"
"Mental illness is NOT a weakness"
"It's okay to not be okay."
"It's not weak to speak. Ask for help."
"Everybody has a story to share."
"Sharing shows strength."
"You are NOT invisible."
Mental illness is a disorder that disrupts a person’s thinking, feelings, mood, ability to relate to others, and daily functioning. Mental health disorders are not the result of personal weakness, poor upbringing, or lack of character. “Ending the Silence” -NAMI
WC Ambassadors create monthly wellness campaigns that are promoted on their campuses in collaboration with ASB leadership and other campus clubs. Their goal is to promote health and wellness and positive stress management while erasing the stigma around mental health.
The YWC is a high school leadership program of the Mental Wellness Center that educates, empowers and engages students. Students develop leadership tools, learn about current mental health issues and resources in our community. YWC serve as officers in the Wellness Connection Clubs at their high schools.