Take Action for Mental Health

Too Faced

My art shows that even if someone looks happy all the time, they aren’t. You just need to look deeper not just see what you want to.

“When the world can be yours”

When the world can be yours, art projects allowed the creators of these projects to use visual, logical, and social-interpersonal learning styles to capture the attention of the Ramona High School students and, more importantly, to promote Mental Health dialogue among one another.

This Art Project required a great deal of internal reflection and dialogue to consider how to voice the concerns of our RAMS and how to reassure others that it’s truly okay to ask for help.

Thinking of you

I choose this category because i have stress and even sometimes feel sad i want to bring awareness to such a topic like this.


“The meaning behind my piece is that you don’t have to struggle when you are at your worst. You can talk about what’s happening within you instead of letting it build up like I once did.”

Faces of Anxiety

I chose this category for my painting because it’s a mental disorder that I suffer through a lot and tends to affect how I act when being social which having social anxiety can be a struggle. I also chose it because it’s a common mental disorder, and it can affect many people.

Why Do I Feel Like This?

When I made this work, I learned and realized a few things. One of the things that I learned is that people can be afraid of asking “Why do I feel like this?” They could be scared to address their mental health. They could also be scared of reaching out or trying to understand what they’re feeling. I realized that I relate to this because I sometimes avoid or ignore my mental health problems even though I shouldn’t. I wanted this project to feel relatable and to make a viewer realize that they could be ignoring their problems and then try to start addressing them.

You’re Not Alone

“The green ribbon is a symbol for mental health and in my piece represents living or something alive. This is meant as a reminder that you’re not alone, that if you turn around to look in all directions, you’ll see that there are people like you who feel isolated and sad.”

#Reach Out for Help

When I first heard about the monthly prompt, it first reminded me of how we use social media or texting. Nowadays, a lot of people use hashtags (#) in their social media to share their thoughts about things like Black Lives Matter and Stop Asian Hate protests. So, I thought that it would be great to use the hashtag #takeaction4MH to help others who need help with mental health problems.

Light At the End of a Tunnel

I like this film because it’s a good way on how to tell people how to raise your happiness. We love making films.

Speaking on Mental Health

I’m Schylar Johnson. I enjoyed working on the camera for this film , I choose this topic because EVERYONE struggles with mental health even just by a little bit .