Courage: Children's Mental Health Acceptance Week May 1-7

Children's Mental Health Acceptance Week

April 29:  Our friends at HEADS Up invite students in grades 4-12 to create a work of art celebrating a famous person who has shown courage in living with their mental health challenge.  All entries will be featured at upcoming HEADS Up events with prizes to be awarded to one winning entry from each school to be judged by a panel of volunteers from HEADS Up.

Entries may be submitted to: by May 7, 2022:  National Children's Mental Health Awareness Day


HEADS UP:  Hatfield Embraces Acceptance & Dismantles Stigma.  An all-volunteer 501C3 organization dedicated to promoting and supporting mental health in our community.   See or via fB at HEADS Up fB page for more info.

National Children's Mental Health Acceptance Week


Save this date:  May 25 at 6:30 pm for a special screening of the Indieflix documentary "Race to be Human" at HES.  More to follow!