Hope Givers is an Emmy Award-winning show spotlighting hope and resilience across America. Hosted by Tamlin Hall, this uplifting mental wellness series is a first of its kind, available at no cost, and aligned to Health Education standards nationally for students in grades 6-12. This season we travel to Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Birmingham, and rural towns across the country. Stories focus on resilience, goal-setting, advocacy, and having a mentor/trusted adult. This season explores important topics that youth across the country are facing, such as mental health challenges, bullying, addiction and recovery, human trafficking, suicide prevention, and more. Episodes showcase real stories, animation shorts, youth self-care activities, student films, and musical guests from Atlanta's thriving music industry. We created our series with you, for you. So come hang out with us in the loft - where you will always have a voice.
Welcome to the home of our second season of the EMMY® Award-winning teen mental health and wellness series! Hope Givers is a first of its kind, easily adaptable library of content for audiences at no cost, and aligned to national standards for students in grades 6-12. Episodes showcase real stories, student reporter segments, youth self-care activities, student produced films, and musical performances from Atlanta’s thriving music industry. In each episode, our resident mental health professional, Dr. Toral Fadia (she/her), provides breakdowns to help facilitate conversations between students, parents, and educators. Themes include resilience, connectedness, peer-to-peer support, advocacy, goal-setting, disability, inclusivity, and having a trusted adult.
A new, uplifting series highlighting hope and resilience across America! Hope Givers is a first of its kind, available at no cost, and aligned to standards for students in grades 6-12. Episodes showcase real stories, animation shorts, youth self-care activities, student films, and musical performances. In every episode, our resident mental health professional, Dr. Reef Karim, provides a very relatable breakdown for students, teachers, and parents. Themes include Resilience, Connectedness, Advocacy, Goal-Setting, and having a Mentor/Trusted Adult.
Join GPB’s education outreach team for a primer on incorporating our Active Learning resources into the virtual environment. We will choose four complex active learning approaches and highlight how to utilize them around any theme - in this case, the 3Rs!
Alexia Jones is proof that recovery is possible. Through her nonprofit R2ISE, Alexia leads her team and participants toward a powerful and inspiring future that brings hope and ignites a spark of change in the lives of those battling addiction and seeking recovery.
In this Spanish-speaking episode, Katya Echazarreta, the first Mexican-born and youngest female astronaut, shows the importance of gender equality, inclusion, and having a trusted adult as she manages her own mental health challenges in her incredible journey to space and beyond.