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Let's realize "mental health" is brain health, and address it pre-crisis.

We are on a mission to empower adolescents, families, and communities in learning about, discussing and taking action on brain health.

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In Chase's Memory

Chase Bjork was a beautiful boy who ultimately died from his mental illness. Despite his best efforts, he was unable to overcome the power of his hidden disease. In his memory, the Bjork family and Concord community established the Chase Bjork Foundation to educate families on mental illness and get more adolescents the treatment they need and deserve, pre-crisis.

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Changing the Way We Talk About Mental Illness

Read the executive summary on how we plan to support the education and awareness of mental health for adolescents and their families.

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Checkout the latest on our efforts to elevate education and awareness of adolescent mental illness.

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October 17, 2021

Don't Worry. Be Happy. (Hint:That's not the answer to Anxiety.)

Don't Worry. Be Happy. Probably the worst advice you can give someone who is suffering from anxiety Anxiety is more than just "being nervous." It is a brain health condition that affects many of us, and can look different depending on the source of the anxiety.

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October 6, 2021

Mental Health is Top of Mind

It could be the change in seasons, or perhaps an opportunity for introspection after the summer holidays, but whatever the reason, Fall is a time when Mental Health is top of mind.

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This 100% acrylic speckled pom-pom beanie made in knit ribbed pattern is soft, cozy, and has a solid cuff to ensure a comfortable fit.

Empathy Stickers

$ 5.00 USD

Empathize sticker – embrace the experience, we are all floating in space. Each pack comes with 3 large stickers.

This hat is special not only because each one has Chase's signature on it and carries his positive message, but each hat purchased helps us educate and support the mental health of a high school student.

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If you are in crisis, there is help

Call the toll-free, 24/7 National Suicide Prevention Hotline at
1-800-273-8255
For more tailored resources, check out our Brain Health Bootcamp directory