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Mental Health Fitness: A Recap of Our Mental Health Awareness Month Campaign

June 4, 2024

This year for Mental Health Awareness Month, the Child Mind Institute launched the Mental Health Fitness campaign. It’s important to prioritize mental as well as physical well-being, and we asked top sports figures to offer support and guidance to young people struggling with mental health and learning challenges.

A recap of our 2024 May Mental Health Awareness Campaign, Mental Health Fitness

Throughout the month, we heard from world-class athletes who shared how they maintain their mental health fitness routines. NBA All-Star Karl-Anthony Towns talked about how he stays mentally strong on and off the basketball court. Olympic silver medalist Jordan Chiles of the U.S. women’s national gymnastics team gave the mental health advice she wishes she could have learned when she was a young athlete. And Sarah Adam of Team USA’s wheelchair rugby squad discussed how she manages stress, stays positive, and prioritizes rest to perform her best.

On our Mental Health Fitness page, you’ll find more athletes’ video messages. Plus, check out our tip sheets on how to help kids learn skills to take care of their emotional well-being. Because everyone can use practice building their own mental health fitness routine.

There has never been a more important time to invest in our children’s mental health and wellbeing. The Child Mind Institute is proud to support families and children as we work towards getting better together.
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