‘Be a Mindleader’: AdventHealth program works to help improve youth mental health

ORLANDO, Fla. — AdventHealth for Children and United Way have teamed up to break the stigma around youth mental health with their “Be a Mindleader” campaign.


Health and wellness educators have spent the summer sharing important resources to empower every kid to be a mindleader.

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The work is being done to help kids connect with their emotions.

Groups of students recently participated in AdventHealth’s be a mindleader summer camp visit.

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Alec and Alyssa were part of a group of students at Nomi Kids who participated in AdventHealth’s Be a Mindleader summer camp visit.

The AdventHealth for Children team was able to talk with students using engaging activities and a mascot named Sam.

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See more in the video above.

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