Mental Health Literacy Series

Mental Health Literacy (MHL) is the knowledge and understanding that helps us become responsible, effective and successful in living full and healthy lives. With good mental health literacy we learn how to take better care of ourselves, our loved ones and our communities. We are empowered and provided with the skills that we need to help us build better lives, better systems of care and a better society.

Mental Health Awareness Videos & Info Sheets

Breaking the Cycle of Anxiety


Behavioural Challenges of School Age Children


Focused and Engaged: Finding Balance Through Self-Regulation


Love, Empathy and Connection: Supporting Mental Health

Play Your Way to Positive Mental Health

Promoting Positive Mental Health and Reducing Stigma

Responsive Interactions: Building Blocks for Healthy Relationships

Sleeping Your Way to Better Mental Health

Technology, Youth and Mental Health

Toxic and Tolerable Stress: Developing Healthy Coping Strategies

Caregiver Education Series Info Sheets

Keeping Scattered Kids on Track: Supporting Children and Adolescents with ADHD

Breaking the Cycle of Anxiety: A Step by Step Approach

Test Anxiety: Strategies for Success

More Than Just a Bad Day: Understanding and Supporting Youth with Depression and Self-Injury

Promoting Success in Learning by Building Executive Functioning Skills

Junior High Jitters

Mindfulness: Benefits for the Whole Family

Parenting Teens in the 21st Century: Respectful Limit Setting with Adolescence

Parenting Strategies that Promote Positive Mental Health and Build Resiliency in Elementary Age Children

Supporting Self-Regulation in Elementary School Children

Sleeping Your Way to Better Mental Health

Technology and the Teenage Brain

Trauma: What it is and how to help someone who has experienced it



Alberta Health Services, in collaboration with The Mental Health Foundation, is proud to offer FREE online programming for parents and caregivers of children and youth. Our aim is to increase awareness and reduce stigma of the mental health challenges that children and adolescents experience, provide parents and caregivers with evidence-based mental health information, and provide strategies that support mental wellness. Click to learn more.


Looking for More Resources?

Check out our Mental Health Resource Page