STOP THE STIGMA!
Stigma makes me feel….. How do you think or know someone experiencing mental health stigma feels?
YOUTH POSTER CONTEST
Who: Anyone 17 years old or younger that lives in Clark County, NV
How to submit: Visit the Youth Contest Page at www.cccmhc.org
M. Amaris Knight: firstname.lastname@example.org
DEADLINE: Friday, March 23, 2018
CLARK COUNTY CHILDREN’S MENTAL HEALTH CONSORTIUM
Mental health stigma is the negative attitudes and labels people may experience because they have a mental health issue. Stigma can make it difficult for people to feel accepted or to ask for help. This contest will help bring awareness to the problem of mental health stigma in honor of National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week in May.
A prize will be awarded to a winner and winning poster may be displayed in schools in Nevada.
All posters must meet the following standards:
Final poster size will be 17 inches X 22 inches so resolution of final poster must be clear at this size.
Posters must be original artwork, and may contain multi-media components, no copyrighted material
Posters will be displayed publicly to all ages, and so should be respectful of others. Avoid bad language or other inappropriate language or images.
All posters will be submitted digitally as a PDF, JPEG, or PNG file
Must include text in a type and font that is easy to read
Parents and teachers may submit an entry on a youth’s behalf
CCCMHC will include the following information on each poster displayed: For more information about how to stop mental health stigma, visit www.cccmhc.org.