After a summit, many schools have organized parent nights, mental health fairs,  school assemblies or other events to share the things that the students have been learning through the TAMI program and at the SOS Summit. 

Students are encouraged to continue to Stomp Out Stigma at their own schools and in their communities by starting clubs, holding events or contests, or using other creative ways to continue to promote mental health.  To see what other schools have done, check out the SOS Life Blog

If you’re thinking about taking action at your school, visit our Student Action page or check out the Mental Health Commission of Canada. Their Headstrong Toolkit includes some ideas about how to bring anti-stigma messages and activities to your schoool or community. Download it here.