There are many stressors that continue to impact families, children and educators across communities in Maryland on a day to day basis. In response, the Campaign is joining efforts with the National Day of Service on Martin Luther King Jr. Day to offer resources that may benefit how you can respond to stress and support those you love, all while honoring Dr. King and his tremendous work in our country.

NEW MLK Activity Sheets:


Younger Children                                                                                                              Older Children


Family Resource Kit

Educator Resource Kit

Mental Health Monday Series | Covering topics: Bullying, Racism, Community Violence, & Trauma, Resiliency, Grief, Stress, Anxiety, Working & Learning from Home

Addressing Race & Trauma in the Classroom | National Child Traumatic Stress Network

Coping in Crisis | University of Maryland Center for Infant Study

Tips for Caregivers on Media Coverage of Upsetting Events | University of Maryland Center for Infant Study

Self-Care for Caregivers & Teachers | University of Maryland Center for Infant Study

Early Childhood Book List

Older Childhood Book List

Today I Feel Coloring Sheet

Emotion Planning for Teens

Telemental Health for Families

Telemental Health for Teens & Youth

Online screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common and treatable. And recovery is possible.

Online Screenings – Mental Health America