The Behavioral Health Beat

Your Digital Resource Library

Shareable expert-driven content and resources that support the behavioral health of your organization. 

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    Behavioral Health Literacy

    Fact Sheets 

    These behavioral health flyers can be used in email, on your website, or in social posts. Printed versions can also be pinned to bulletin boards or used at health fairs and events.

    "Did you know" Sheets

    Available in both English and Spanish, these  documents are a great way to help promote hope, resiliency, education, tips, and treatment information to audiences. 




    Behavioral Health in the Workplace

    Informational PDFs

    It's a new era of work and the same concepts that promote a healthier workforce are the ones that will also set organizations apart as a place people WANT to work. Read on for ways to better support your current and future workforces.

    Most Read Articles & Blog Posts

    Check out the articles and blog posts below for resources on everything from how to maximize your Employee Assistance Program (EAP), how to talk about current events in the office, specific highlights on the tech industry, and more.

    LGBTQIA+ Resources

    We always say that talking about mental health is hard, but can be especially so in the workplace. So whether it's in honor of Pride month or all year long, it's important for your organization to find ways to specifically support your LGBTQIA+ employees. 

    🚧  Construction Industry Spotlight

    The following articles have been developed in partnership with leading industry associations such as the CIASP (Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention), Construction Executive,  Construction Financial Management Association, and more.


    Mental Health Awareness Month  

    May is Mental Health Month

    Press Release Template & Logos

    Download our editable press release template and/or MindWise partner logo to announce how you're partnering with us to prioritize action, education, awareness, and support for Mental Health Month.

    *To edit the press release template, download it to your desktop and open it from there.



    Mental Health Screening

    Sometimes it's hard to know the difference between feeling nervous and having anxiety.

    Or at what point being sad turns into depression.

    Access our free and confidential online screening link this month to help others check on their mental health.

    Share this free screening link >


    5:00 Guided Meditations 

    Sit nice and tall, rest your hands in your lap, and let's get started. Click the links below to enjoy our short, 5:00 guided meditation videos. 

    Use them to start your day, after a long meeting, or feel free to share them with your friends and colleagues.

    Check out this short clip from our popular Fostering Resilience course for a deeper understanding of stress, its physical and emotional impacts on our health, and tangible exercises that may help you manage stress.

    Learn more about the full training >

    Watch this clip from our Toll of Working with Trauma training for a short introduction to the framework of the 3Rs of Self-Care, with examples of safe and healthy coping strategies in each of these domains.

    Learn more about the full training >


    Men's Mental Health   

    Real People, Real Stories

    We're sharing the real-life stories and mental health experiences of men's mental health across different ages, races, and sexual orientations. 

    Our goal is to provide support to vulnerable male populations and connect men with online tools to screen for anxiety, depression, substance and alcohol use, disordered eating, and more. 

    Take a free online screening >


    Story No. 1

    Living with Anxiety & Not Realizing You're Anxious

    "I’ve struggled with anxiety my whole life. I wish I’d realized that sooner. No one ever told me I was anxious – how was I supposed to know? Maybe that feeling of unrelenting nervousness...."

    Read Jake's Story >

    Story No. 2

    Raise Your Hand If You've Ever Struggled Too

    "I was diagnosed with major depressive disorder at 19. I’d been struggling with depression – and understanding my sexuality – since at least the seventh grade. The two were so intertwined...."

    Read Nick's Story >

    Story No. 3

    Getting Real with Weston Karnes

    "After getting deeply embarrassed in front of my entire class, a five-year period of isolation, loneliness, and social anxiety was triggered. I became obsessed with how people..."

    Read Weston's Story >

    Story No. 4

    Balancing Mental Health & Societal Expectations as a Young Adult

    "I’ll never forget sitting in my therapist’s home office during my sophomore year of college and being told for the first time that I’m incredibly anxious and depressed… and not everyone else feels that way...."

    Read Louie's Story >

    Story No. 5

    Coping With Anxiety, Depression, and Substance Use

    "Though I struggled with substance use and was formally diagnosed with social anxiety, general anxiety, PTSD, and depression - I didn’t seek help because I was raised to believe that was a sign of weakness..."

    Read Dan's Story >

    Story No. 6

    When it Comes to your Mental Health: You are Experiencing What you are Experiencing

    "When I was young, my parents got divorced. I was in second grade and desperately wanted and needed therapy but we couldn’t afford it. I was about eight at the time and living with a festering feeling..."

    Read Chase's Story >


    Suicide Prevention, Intervention, & Postvention

    Suicide Prevention Resources 

    Download the below resources to raise awareness for suicide prevention. We've got images for emails and social media, a printable poster for in-person use, and a range of one-pagers in the sections below.


    Trauma & Trauma-Informed Systems

    An Overview of Trauma

    A traumatic event is when you experience the threat of death or serious injury to yourself or others. Trauma can result from an incident such as an overdose or accident, or from repeated acts such as violence or abuse.

    Reactions vary widely, but can include extreme fear, shock, helplessness, and physical symptoms – all of which can significantly impact the health of individuals.

    That's why it's important not only to support people, but also to create supportive environments that ensure individuals feel safe.

    What is a Trauma-Informed System?

    Creating trauma-informed environments can provide a foundation that supports those individuals who have experienced trauma or might be coping with a traumatic experience.

    Why is a Trauma-Informed System Important?

    A trauma-informed system allows schools and organizations to build and support mentally healthy and safe environments for themselves and others. 

    The Role of Safety in a Trauma-Informed System

    Here are some practical ways to think about how we design school spaces, for example, to ensure an optimal learning environment where students feel safe and are set up for success.


    Poster Templates

    Posters by Topic

    The best way to normalize mental health is by talking about it. These posters are designed to help ignite the conversation.

    Posters for Screening Sites

    If you have a MindWise Screening Site, add your URL to the white box on any of the below posters to direct people to take a free screening.

    Social Media & Email Templates

    Images Packages

    Talking about behavioral health and suicide prevention in emails and on social media is a great way to reach people where they are. If you have a MindWise Screening Site, add your URL to the caption of applicable images to direct people to take a free screening.

    Note: When you click the links below, the files will begin downloading to your computer.