Announcing the 2019 Each Mind Matters School Mini-Grant Awards

We are excited to share this year’s Each Mind Matters’ School Mini-Grant awardees! This award gives schools the opportunity to build California’s Mental Health Movement by hosting a mental health awareness event during Mental Health Awareness Month in May.

This year we designed the Mental Health Awareness Event-in-a-Box, allowing schools to choose between two events and host the activity at their school. Their choices were to host either a Mental Health Movie Event, or Self-Care Scavenger Hunt. Over 250 applications were received from student-run clubs at elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, and college campuses throughout California. The 50 recipients of this year’s Each Mind Matters School Mini-Grant are:

  • Abraham Lincoln High School
  • Alliance Judy Ivie Burton Technology Academy High School
  • Arrowview Middle School
  • Arthur A. Benjamin Health Professions
  • Atascadero High School
  • Buena High School
  • Buena Park Junior High
  • Burbank Community Day School
  • Cal State Los Angeles
  • California Military Institute
  • Charles Peck Elementary School
  • Chico Country Day School
  • Chilton Middle School
  • Chino High School
  • Coachella Valley High School
  • Country High School
  • Don Pedro High School
  • Downtown High School
  • Ralph J. Bunche Middle
  • Eastlake High School
  • Flamson Middle School
  • Francis Parker School
  • George Cirby Elementary School
  • Gifford C. Cole Middle School
  • Girls Athletic Leadership School Los Angeles
  • Gold River Discovery Center
  • Grace Hopper STEM Academy
  • Intellectual Virtues Academy
  • La Quinta High School
  • Lairon College Preparatory Academy
  • Main Street Middle School
  • Mariana Academy
  • Mayfair Middle School
  • Mesa Middle School
  • New Opportunities Charter School
  • Red Bluff High School
  • River Height Intermediate School
  • William Abel Community School
  • Salisbury High School
  • San Jose State University
  • San Marcos Middle School
  • Sequoia School
  • Sierra High School
  • Southern Trinity High, Van Duzen Elementary
  • Sylvandale Middle School
  • The Preuss School
  • Vicente High School
  • Washington Union High School
  • Will Rogers Middle School
  • Woodlake Valley Middle School

To all of our applicants – thank you for your support of California’s Mental Health Movement! If you were not selected to receive a mini-grant, you can still find tools to spread mental health awareness in your community in the May is Mental Health Matters Month activation kit.


For related content: Each Mind Matters School Mini-Grants Are Here!