CCMH Poster Contest
CCMH sponsors a poster contest each year to engage students in a discussion about mental health issues. The Coalition recognizes that mental illness affects all of us in one way or another. With 1 in 5 children experiencing a mental health disorder, we all know someone experiencing difficulties, such as anxiety or depression. It is important to hear these stories and not let the devastating effects of mental illness stay quiet. By sharing these stories we help each other cope and form a connection.
Art, Science & Health Teachers, Guidance Counselors and Occupational Therapists are encouraged to use this contest as part of their curriculum. All students are urged to submit a poster. The winning posters will be used by CCMH throughout the year in various avenues to promote our mission.
CCMH Poster Contest 2017
CCMH Poster Contest 2016
CCMH Poster Contest 2015
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