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Children's Mental Health Awareness Day Toolkit

The first week of May is Children's Mental Health Awareness Week! We are excited to have you join us in sharing the facts that our youngest kids (infants, toddlers, preschoolers) have mental health too. In fact, the earliest experiences of a child's life, from birth through the first few years, are the foundation of brain building. All of us have a stake, a responsibility, and a role to play in helping kids build healthy brains.

There are many ways for you to be involved this week leading up to and after Children's Mental Health Awareness Day (Thursday, May 7th, 2020).

There are many people to thank who made this project possible. All those acknowledgements can be found in the document below. Many thanks to Shivangini Gupta, MPH, who started this project in January 2020 as part of her final capstone at University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee Zilber School of Public Health.