Mental Health School Supplies

Starting a new school year can be both exciting and stressful. We know that summer coming to an end can be difficult for some which can often lead to anxiety. We are here to help you cope, which is why we have created this student toolkit that contains several resources and tips on how to manage your stress as you prepare for back to school.

Self-Care Student Planner

Get ready to prioritize your mental health and self-care this school year. You can  reduce stress and anxiety with this planner, which is designed to support you in key areas of wellness and greatness.

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How to Help Others – Quick Guide

Going back to school can be stressful for other people around us too. Here’s a quick guide to help you assist others.

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Print and hang these posters around your school! Don’t forget to tag us on social media and use #B2SPosterChallenge when you do.

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Head over to our online store and grab yourself some cool items that remind you to prioritize your mental health today and every day.

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Check out our latest collection of GIPHYs-the perfect reminder for your self-care! Save and share them on social media with your friends.


Daily Mental Health Routine

Check out  these young influencers’ Daily Mental Health Routines on TikTok to learn how they practice self care throughout the school year, and how they use different coping skills to help them feel better and more grounded. Don’t forget to save the videos and share them with your friends. Y’all might want to look back at them and try some of their strategies. 

Need more inspo? Check out the videos below from two of our awesome young advocates sharing their individual Daily Mental Health Routines. It might be time for you to plan your own!

Helpful Resources

Take a moment to breathe

Focusing on your senses (what you can see, hear, feel, smell, etc) will help you stay present and practice self-awareness. Use this video to walk you through the exercise.

It’s okay if you don’t have access to all five senses. Feel free to use whatever senses work best for you to find a cool calm.

Connect with your senses

Taking a few moments to focus on your breathing when you’re feeling a ping of anxiety, or feeling overwhelmed can help you refocus. Counting helps when trying to find your breath. You can use this video as a starting point.

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