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    No Name-Calling Week: January 15-19, 2019

    GLSEN’s No Name-Calling Week is a week organized by K-12 educators and students to end name-calling and bullying in schools. No Name-Calling Week was January 15-19, but educators and student leaders can pre-register for No Name-Calling Week 2019. The week is rooted in the idea of #KindnessInAction  not merely recognizing the importance of kindness, but actively adding kindness into our every action. See below ways to participate and put #KindnessInAction, including lesson plans for elementary, middle, and high school!


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    National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week: January 22-27, 2019

    National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week® (NDAFW) is coming January 22-27, 2019. NDAFW is a national health observance linking teens to science based facts to SHATTER THE MYTHS® about drugs! 

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    Random Acts of Kindness Week: February 11-17, 2019

    Download our FREE K-8 lesson plans, lead a kindness project or form a kindness club at your school. Our curriculum features developmentally appropriate, standards-aligned lessons that teach kids important Social Emotional (SEL) skills.

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    Teen Dating Violence Month - February 2019

    The website offers resources for youth, adults and communities interested in learning more about teen dating violence. The repercussions of teen dating violence are impossible to ignore – they hurt not just the young people victimized but also their families, friends, schools and communities. Throughout February, organizations and individuals nationwide are coming together to highlight the need to educate young people about dating violence, teach healthy relationship skills and prevent the devastating cycle of abuse.

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    Self-Injury Awareness Day - March 1, 2019

    An orange ribbon: a symbol of hope for a misunderstood problem. March 1st is National Self-Injury Awareness Day, a day meant for learning about self-injury and providing resources to those who need help.

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    Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids - March 21, 2019

    Ninety percent of all adult smokers begin this deadly addiction as teenagers, or earlier. As a result, youth are critical and powerful voices in the fight against tobacco. They encourage their peers to be tobacco-free, stand up to the tobacco industry and its deceptive marketing, and urge elected leaders to protect America’s kids from tobacco. Through our Youth Initiatives, the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids fosters young leaders who are striving to make the next generation tobacco-free.

  • National Youth Violence Prevention Week - March 19-23, 2019

    Students Against Violence Everywhere (SAVE) is proud to be a founding partner of the National Youth Violence Prevention Campaign. The goal of this campaign is to raise awareness and to educate students, teachers, school administrators, counselors, school resource officers, school staff, parents, and the public on effective ways to prevent or reduce youth Violence. This week long national education initiative will involve activities that demonstrate the positive role young people can have in making their school and community safer.

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    Alcohol Awareness Month - April 2019

    Alcohol Awareness Month provides a focused opportunity across America to increase awareness and understanding of alcoholism, its causes, effective treatment and recovery. It is an opportunity to decrease stigma and misunderstandings in order to dismantle the barriers to treatment and recovery, and thus, make seeking help more readily available to those who suffer from this disease.

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    From April 30-May 6, 2018, children, families, entire schools, and communities will rediscover the joys of life beyond the screen. Plan to unplug from digital entertainment and spend all that free time playing, reading, daydreaming, creating, exploring, and connecting with family and friends!

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    Mental Health Month - May 2019

    Since 1949, Mental Health America and our affiliates across the country have led the observance of May is Mental Health Month by reaching millions of people through the media, local events and screenings. We welcome other organizations to join us in spreading the word that mental health is something everyone should care about by using the May is Mental Health Month toolkit materials and conducting awareness activities.

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    Minority Mental Health Awareness Month - July 2019

    Mental health conditions do not discriminate based on race, color, gender or identity. Anyone can experience the challenges of mental illness regardless of their background. However, background and identity can make access to mental health treatment much more difficult. National Minority Mental Health Awareness Month was established in 2008 to start changing this.

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    November 2018

    When adults respond quickly and consistently to bullying behavior they send the message that it is not acceptable. Research shows this can stop bullying behavior over time. Parents, school staff, and other adults in the community can help kids prevent bullying by talking about it, building a safe school environment, and creating a community-wide bullying prevention strategy.