It's estimated that as many as one in five students experience mental health concerns in any given year. These concerns can include things such as anxiety, depression, and behavior disorders.

School-based social-emotional skill development programs can proactively support and promote students':

  • Mental well-being
  • Social well-being
  • Emotional well-being

Building students’ mental well-being takes time. Working intentionally with students on mental well-being through developing social and emotional skills can prevent problems from getting worse. Fill out the form to get your copy of our mental health and social-emotional skills white paper.

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