Life in Time Lapse

A youth opens up about struggles at home, and her friend empathizes with her situation and suggests seeing a school counselor, as it’s helped her in the past.


A youth displays warning signs of suicide, including anger and isolation, so a friend steps in to provide the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and offers to connect him with a trusted adult.

The Gifts You Can Give

A film about mental health during the holidays and the expectation to appear happy to others. A youth opens up to a close friend about about her experience with depression and realizes that she needs support.

We’ve Never Been Closer

A youth reflects on how he realized his friend needed help and discusses his decision to reach out to his friend’s mom about his concerns.

1st Generation

A youth feels pressure from his family to succeed, but a friend helps him feel empowered and connects him with a trusted adult.

Dear Lee

This film “looks at the challenges of Mental Health from an LGBTQ+ perspective. [The character] Lee faces struggles and is advised by a friend to attend a GSA meeting where he can make new friends and find comfort.”

Our shoes

Four students talk about what it feels like to “walk in their shoes” in this film, which offers a message that help is always available.

Choosing recovery

A film about the effects of disordered eating on physical and mental health and an encouraging message about how to take steps towards recovery.

I Matter

Youth share their struggles, worries, and hopes, and the film reminds the viewer that their mental health matters.

Just Listen

After noticing changes in a friend who recently lost his older brother, a youth connects him with their coach for help.