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Mental Health Toolkit

Transforming Culture and Mindsets Through Community Engagement

Through powerful collaborations with grassroots organizations, non-profits, mental health experts, and esteemed faith leaders within the Black and Latino communities, the Ad Council and its Mental Health Initiative partners have curated dynamic community events. These events are thoughtfully designed to share essential mental health resources and to normalize conversations around emotional well-being.

Let's Talk College Edition Event Flyer
Black Community Event

Let's Talk College Edition

In partnership with the Atlanta University Center Consortium (AUCC), Let's Talk College Edition is a meaningful panel conversation with mental health and youth advocates to help normalize emotional well-being.
Two Funny Mamas: Special Edition on Mental Health Event Flyer
Black Community Event

Two Funny Mamas: Special Edition on Mental Health

This conversation is a special edition of the Two Funny Mamas podcast featuring high-profile and relatable celebrities Kym Whitley and her dear friend Tisha Campbell, who shared her personal experiences as a mom on mental health.
Sometimes Parents Just Don't Understand! Event Flyer
Faith Community Event

Sometimes Parents Just Don’t Understand!

Sometimes Parents Just Don’t Understand! is a virtual educational and interactive town hall moderated by popular comedian and influencer KevOnStage and his wife, Melissa Fredericks.
Hablar Es Amar (To Speak Is To Love)
Latino Community Event

Hablar es Amar (To Speak is to Love) Univision Segment

Sound It Out partnered with Univision to host Hablar es Amar (To Talk is to Love) to help parents and caregivers have meaningful conversations with their middle schoolers about emotional well-being.
Let's Be Real, Conectemonos! Event Flyer
Latino Community Event

Let’s Be Real, Conectémonos

In partnership with Poderistas and the United States Hispanic Leadership Institute (USHLI), and social media influencer Amanda Diaz, Let’s Be Real, Conectémonos is a bilingual virtual conversation with Latina community leaders to drive meaningful and relevant discourse in the Latino community on mental health.
Un Cafecito Sin Nervios Event Flyer
Latino Community Event

Un Cafecito Sin Nervios

Un Cafecito Sin Nervios is a Spanish-language conversation with respected community leaders from great organizations such as MANA and the Hispanic Heritage to provide parents and caregivers of middle schoolers with education, advice, and resources to help them converse openly with their kids about their emotional well-being.


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