Upcoming Events

Student Mental Health Panel

Student Mental Health Panel

Get a chance to hear from your peers about their personal experiences with their mental health journey!

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Question, Persuade, Refer

Join us in this upcoming training where you'll learn to recognize suicidal behaviors and be able to refer to professional resources.

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Movies for Mental Health

Join us for online Movies for Mental Health to Connect with ourselves and others through short films about mental health. You have the option to join anonymously! For accessibility-related accommodations or questions please email alex@artwithimpact.org.

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Wellness Workshop

As part of our Mental Health Awareness Week, join Foothill and De Anza Psychological Services in an interactive virtual workshop that explores how mental and physical health are connected. Activities will include a brief presentation, followed by a virtual Pilate's exercise and mindfulness session. You'll gain awareness of how the brain and the body are connected, as well as tools to help relieve stress and anxiety.

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Active Minds with Abraham Sculley

Abraham Sculley is the founder of Speaks 2 Inspire, bestselling author, podcaster, advocate, and Active Minds Speaker on a mission to eradicate mental health stigma. He developed a passion for mental health from his battle with depression during college. Shortly after, Abraham received his degree in Psychology and set on a mission to impact audiences across the country by sharing his story. He has collaborated with many organizations to create safe spaces for honest conversations about mental health and illness. 


For immediate crisis intervention, please call:

  • Suicide and Crisis Service of Santa Clara County
    1.855.278.4204 (Toll Free)
  • National Suicide Prevention & Hotline for Veterans
    1.800.273.TALK (8255) (Toll Free)
  • Crisis Text Line 
    Text: "COURAGE"  To: 741-741

For life-threatening emergencies, call 9-1-1

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