Take Mental Health to Heart Campaign
Mental Health and
Take Part in Take Mental Health To Heart!
As many as 160,000 students stay
home from school each
day because they are afraid of being bullied.
Magellan Health Services announces its second annual Take Mental Health To
Heart campaign. The campaign is in honor of Mental Health
Awareness Month 2012. We are focusing on mental health and bullying
this year. We are encouraging people to help build a bully-free
We are looking at the impact that bullying has on:
We have partnered with The Jed Foundation to
raise awareness about how bullying affects people.
Information about Bullying
You can find this information and more on www.TakeMentalHealthToHeart.com:
- Details on how bullying impacts victims, witnesses and the
- Helpful information for parents.
- A screening tool for depression.
- Other information.
- Website links.
Follow the campaign on Twitter at @MagellanCares. You can also
learn about The Jed
Take the Pledge. Plant a Virtual
Please leave a comment by "planting a virtual seed" on the
website. You can share it with
friends and family to raise awareness about bullying. Share your
pledge to end
bullying with others. Each person's seed will grow into a "tree."
represent the people who have been reached by the
Magellan will donate $5 to The Jed Foundation for every virtual
seed planted in May. We
will donate up to $25,000.
Support the cause! Visit www.TakeMentalHealthToHeart.com.