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P.A.L. (Peer Assistance & Leadership) participated in a state program called Directing Change. It is a part of the state’s efforts to prevent suicide, reduce stigma and discrimination related to mental illness, and promote the mental health and wellness of students. Students directed a video about a young man who struggles with his responsibilities. He later finds help from those around him, including his counselors and friends.

P.A.L. is excited to share that they received an "Honorable Mention" for their submission! This honor is an excellent achievement with over 1000 videos submitted throughout the state, including from San Diego, Orange, and Imperial Counties.

During Stress and Mental Health Awareness Week, P.A.L. organized activities like "Music for Mindfulness," where students were greeted by P.A.L. members with soothing music and a treat upon arrival at school. The "Wheel of Wellness" was Thursday’s activity, where students spun a wheel to expand their knowledge of mental health and its resources, and the week ended with “Wear Green Day,” where students wore green to spread the importance of Stress and Mental Health Awareness.

View Servite’s P.A.L’s video submission here:


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